The magazine of the european non-listed real estate industry
Welcome - November 2021
This edition of the IQ goes live as we gather at our first face-to-face flagship event in almost two years, the Investor-only seminar and Autumn Conference in Copenhagen. Hopefully, the INREV community coming back together in person again signals some sort of return to normality – whatever that may be, as we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis. Read more
In this edition of the IQ Magazine, we chat with Oscar Fusco, Research and Market Information Manager, about his role and some of the most exciting projects he’s been working on recently.
Member Profile: Christopher Wright
IQ recently caught up with Christopher Wright of NBIM, Chair of the INREV ESG Committee, a role he has fulfilled for the last three years. Read more
An Attractive Market For Foreign Investors
The rapid recovery of the economy and the gradual return of everyday life closer to normal times are reflected in the Finnish property markets. Transaction market remains active, residential rental demand is picking up and gradual recovery is also expected in the commercial property rental markets.
Letter from Brussels
Over most of the past two years, the Public Affairs and Tax Committees and the Brussels-based Public Affairs team have been kept busy with a stream, or sometimes more accurately a torrent, of regulatory and tax consultations. These consultations are a required step in the process of developing new regulations and tax measures and are designed to get public input into policy proposals before they’re adopted in final form.
Measuring Performance 101
When it comes to fund performance, various measures can be used. Firstly, it is good practice to understand the fund's characteristics such as the vehicle structure, strategy and vintage, and what insight one is looking for when choosing a performance indicator.
European Real Estate Debt Markets Set To Move Up A Gear
Over the past decade, the INREV, ANREV, PREA Investment Intentions Survey has shown consistent and growing appetite for exposure to real estate debt strategies from investors. This has led to a wave of activity and investment from non-traditional lenders including insurance and pension companies, and debt funds. Read more
ESG and Climate Regulations
ESG is at the top of major issues transforming the real estate investment industry in Europe. Read more
Dispersion in performance
With more than 20 years of European non-listed real estate data, the INREV Quarterly Fund Index offers a depth of insights for the curious mind. Read more
Throughout the pandemic, INREV’s Public Affairs Committee continued to work to promote the interests of the non-listed real estate industry with regulators in London and Brussels and to share their insights with members.