As capital allocation to Asia Pacific continues to grow. Approximately $40 billion of global capital is allocated to Asia Pacific. Will cross-border activity increase? Where will capital be deployed? How will capital structures evolve?
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Investors need to realign their capital strategies
Traditional investment approaches are being challenged and investors need new strategies to drive returns and reduce risk.
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Mitigate risk and generate greater returns
Build resilience to withstand future unknowns
How will you recalibrate your portfolios?
Competitive markets require more creative investment strategies such as joint ventures, re-capitalisations and platform investments, and sale and leaseback strategies. Smart investors will need to raise, invest and restructure capital in creative ways to prioritise the long-term consumer trends over short-term profit.
Is it time to diversify your portfolio and enter new sectors and locations?
Increasingly, institutional capital is hunting for alternative investments and locations to reduce risk and drive greater long-term growth. Demographic shifts across the region are accelerating sector and sub-sector growth. Accessing these opportunities across the diverse markets within Asia Pacific is key.
Is it time to repurpose and future proof your real estate portfolio?
As occupier needs evolve and they demand more flexibility, technological sophistication and sustainable solutions, investors and developers are increasingly having to consider repurposing assets across their real estate portfolios, in order to build resilience and drive performance.
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Life sciences in Asia Pacific: A booster for growthThe life sciences sector in Asia Pacific looks poised for growth, but a space crunch could impact occupiers’ real estate decisions, according to a JLL survey.
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3Q 2021 Capital TrackerAsia Pacific real estate investment is reaching US$125 billion, just 6% below 2019 levels. Portfolio reallocations to income-resilient assets intensifies with investors buying airport assets, self-storage, residential and data centres. What is driving this trend and how can you capitalise on it?
SWAMIH Investment Fund I to invest in Imperia Group’s residential project in Gurgaon
The transaction exclusively advised by JLL, will benefit about 450 homebuyers
Asia Pacific logistics and industrial investment poised to double within five years
Investors expected to pour US$60 billion per year into sector by 2025
Real estate investment tops USD 1.35 billion in second quarter
Institutional investments in real estate witnessed a 9x rise in Q2 2021, Year-on-Year (YoY). Logistics and Industrial comprised of 55%, while retail stood at 20% of total transactions in Q2 2021
JLL appoints industry veteran Lata Pillai to lead India Capital Markets team
Real estate firm strengthens investor services capabilities amid robust transaction volumes and growing investor interest with strategic hire
Asia Pacific hotel transactions total $3.7 billion in 1H 2021
Across the region 61 hotel sales have been recorded since January 2021 as investment volumes decline by 3.7% year-on-year
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