Unlike most traditional investments, real estate assets are tangible. They are office buildings, shopping malls, warehouses, multifamily projects and other property types. As tangible assets, they require highly specialized skill sets, broad platform capabilities, dedicated professionals and sheer manpower for maximizing return on investment.
We believe that manager skill and economies of scale can provide distinct advantages in implementing and executing real estate strategies. With more than 42 years of experience, our Global Real Assets professionals have learned the nuances of how to add value to real estate investments. We understand that unlike most traditional investments, real estate assets are tangible and unique. They are office buildings, shopping malls, warehouses, multifamily projects and other property types. In order to consistently maximize returns on investment, these strategies require highly specialized skill sets, broad platform capabilities, dedicated professionals and global knowledge and coverage.
Our global real assets team of more than 400-professionals brings a unique combination of functional expertise, global coverage, and deep experience in a wide array of real estate disciplines, including: portfolio management, acquisitions, asset management, accounting, legal, risk control, joint ventures, leasing, workouts, dispositions, debt capital markets, appraisal and valuation, engineering, and environmental issues.
This expertise enables us to execute diverse strategies that span geographies (U.S., Europe, Latin America and Asia), markets (public and private, equity and debt), and account structures (commingled funds, separate accounts). As a result, we can tilt our focus from the more conservative core and core-plus investments, to the more aggressive value add and opportunistic strategies depending on the most favorable risk-reward dynamics.
RISKS: Real estate and infrastructure investing may be subject to a higher degree of market risk because of concentration in a specific industry, sector or geographical sector. Real estate and infrastructure investing may be subject to risks including, but not limited to, declines in the value of real estate, risks related to general and economic conditions, changes in the value of the underlying property owned by the trust and defaults by borrower
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