Property may not be devalued by China crisis | Asia Property

Subscription Enquiries
Editorial Enquiries

This will be the secondary navigation

Property may not be devalued by China crisis

Published on September 14th, 2015

Does the stock market upheaval in China and the recent devaluation of the currency represent a threat or opportunity for cross-border real estate investors? Taking the stock market first, the…

Not subscribed yet? Click here for full access.

Companies & People

COMPANIES & PEOPLE

Swerdlow becomes Asia CEO as CBRE reshuffles senior team CBRE has reshuffled its senior management and appointed a new Asia Pacific chief executive. Danny Queenan has moved from his previous role as CEO, CBRE Asia...

Comment

Property may not be devalued by China crisis

Does the stock market upheaval in China and the recent devaluation of the currency represent a threat or opportunity for cross-border real estate investors? Taking the stock market first, the...

Company Profiles

BLUE SKY GROUP

The Dutch pension fund manager is carrying out an Asian property investment campaign across the risk spectrum, investing in funds targeting core and value-added/opportunistic returns Blue Sky Group is firing...

World News

Malaysia’s EPF builds European logistics strength with €100m portfolio buy

Malaysia’s Employees Provident Fund has continued its European logistics push with a €100m ($70.3m) pan-European deal. AsiaProperty’s sister title EuroProperty reported that the fund, which manages more than $175bn of...

Survey

Key sectors take modest steps on long path to growth

The office, residential and hotel sectors have all been on the up since the global financial crisis, with high-end housing a particularly bright spot, while the undersupplied retail sector also...

World News

Rosemont venture takes Hong Kong’s Gemini into US

Sino Ocean Land subsidiary joins up with US partner Rosemont Realty for office investment programme Hong Kong’s Gemini Investments has formed a joint venture to invest in US office property....

News

Chinese manager Cinda takes GuocoLand’s Beijing project

China Cinda Asset Management has agreed to buy a Beijing development from GuocoLand for RMB10.5bn ($1.64bn). The Guoson Centre in the city’s Dongcheng district comprises shopping centres, an office building...

Analysis

Asia can handle fragile China

The expert panel at AsiaProperty’s latest roundtable event identified good opportunities to deploy capital in selected Asian markets, the consensus being that the region’s underlying property fundamentals are strong enough...

News

Blue Sky brightens M&G’s Asia core outlook to tune of $100m

Dutch pension group targets core Asian markets via M&G’s open-ended product M&G Real Estate’s open-ended, core Asia real estate strategy has received a significant first commitment from a Dutch pension fund...