21 May, La Repubblica
Generali Real Estate and Enpam have conquered a place in the chart of the top 100 real estate global investors created by Ipe Real Assets, the international magazine of the sector which every year selects the portfolios valued over 1230 billion dollars. Generali Real Estate is at the 12th place, thanks to managed assets for 26 billion euro at the end of 2017, mainly consisting of offices in Italy and France. Enpam Re srl, the real estate division of the National Authority for Social Security and Healthcare, is at 72nd with managed assets over 5.1 billion euro. At the top of the chart, there is the sovereign fund Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (United Arab Emirates); the retirement fund Apg (Netherlands), and the global insurance company Allianz (Germany).
The chart also includes a study on the European real estate sector that shows that the operators are on average are below of their allocation target by 130 base points and that the majority of the real estate companies (51%) has kept their allocations in the last 18 months.
Source: La Repubblica
Translator: Cristina Ambrosi