European Real Estate Debt: Where Next?
The European lending landscape has been changing, with more-varied sources of capital willing to finance the commercial real estate sector.
Out of a crisis comes opportunity. We identify the following opportunities as being among the most attractive on a risk-adjusted basis over the next 12 months.
We are proud to announce our commitment to reduce operational carbon emissions of our global portfolio of managed properties to net zero by 2050 – in alignment with the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance Net Zero Carbon goal.
We’re committed to being a part of the solution by helping the world address our biggest climate challenges.
This report covers U.S. agriculture and timber market updates with the latest year-end 2020 data.
PGIM’s Agricultural Investments team builds each portfolio from the ground up.
Serving a diverse base, including individual landowners, family farms, institutional investors, vertically integrated agribusiness and forest product companies.
We look at the underlying demand for data centers and examine how, based on current trends, the sector is set to grow significantly in the coming years.
In our annual trends publication, we identify the nine major occupier and investment trends we expect to influence market conditions & investment performance.
*As of June 30, 2021, AUM reflected as gross. Net AUM is $129.5B and AUA is $43.3B.
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