Financial derivatives are one of the main key features of modern financial and investment markets and are widely used to manage risks and exposures in equity, commodity, credit and money markets.
However, real estate is the only major asset class that does not have a fully developed derivatives market. The heterogeneous nature of real estate has posed challenges for the development of a liquid derivatives market, with index tracking derivatives being the best credible solution so far.
Together with the European Real Estate Society (ERES) and the Investment Property Forum (IPF), INREV has been exploring the derivative opportunities for real estate within Europe, how they work, what is required and what the various applications could be, as well as the barriers to entry.
Join our breakfast round table in Amsterdam on 8 November to be part of this discussion.
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