Analysis 18 Jul 17
Property back in the black, but have lessons been learnt?
Some 12 months on from the carnage open-ended property funds experienced in the wake of the Brexit vote, investors seem to be returning to the sector once more.
News 11 May 17
JP Morgan: It’s time to start loving industrials again
The global economy is finally emerging from the doldrums of the financial crisis and it is a prime time to move into more ‘unloved’ industries says Francesco Conte, co-manager of JP Morgan’s European smaller companies investment trust.
News 7 Apr 17
UK committed to public beneficial ownership despite concerns
A first-of-its-kind public beneficial ownership register of overseas companies that own UK property is being pushed forward by the UK government despite concerns that the information should not be made freely available.
News 6 Apr 17
Singapore investors report N America property scheme to police
Five Singaporeans, including two people in their 70s, who invested in a company offering attractive returns on real estate investments in the US and Canada, have reported the company to the police.
Analysis 9 Mar 17
Property, tax and IHT planning under the new UK non-doms regime
With changes to the UK non-domicile regime set to go live next month, Canada Life’s Neil Jones talks through what the reforms mean for property, taxation and IHT planning.
News 23 Dec 16
Goldman Sachs AM defends global REITs
The prospect of higher interest rates around the world is less likely to hit real estate investment trusts (REITs) over the long term than other, so called, bond proxies, said Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Hong Kong-based portfolio manager Frankie Lee.
News 13 Dec 16
Harlequin Property wins $11.6m claim against former accountants
Harlequin Property SVG, the company behind the £400m ($509m, €454m) overseas property scheme facing ruin, has won a $11.6m claim against its former accountancy firm Wilkins Kennedy.