Opening a door to both local and global real estate opportunities
Deutsche Asset Management is among the world’s largest and most tenured managers for real estate investing, dating back to its founding in the mid-1970s. During that time we have experienced – and managed through – various real estate, economic and interest-rate cycles, each time applying what we have learned to shape our platform approach to the market.
Diverse expertise across Alternatives
Real estate is part of Deutsche Asset Management’s Alternatives business, a global investment platform that is responsible for $89.0 billion/EUR80.0 billion in assets under management (as of June 30, 2016). With an investment heritage that spans more than four decades, we are among the largest alternatives managers in the world and provide investors access to investment solutions in the following areas:
- Direct real estate
- Direct infrastructure
- Real estate and infrastructure securities, and commodities
- Private equity
- Sustainable investments
- Hedge funds
An investment in real estate involves a high degree of risk, including possible loss of principal amount invested, and is suitable only for sophisticated investors who can bear such losses. The value of shares/ units and their derived income may fall or rise. Any forecasts provided herein are based upon Deutsche Asset Management’s opinion of the market at this date and are subject to change dependent on the market. Past performance or any prediction, projection or forecast on the economy or markets is not indicative of future performance.
An investment in infrastructure is speculative and involves a high degree of risk and is suitable only for sophisticated or well informed investors1. Certain significant risks include lack of liquidity, economic conditions and infrastructure risks (including the effect of bankruptcy). An investor should consider such risks in their entirety and should consult with its legal and tax advisors. No assurance can be given that the investment objective or target return will be achieved or that an investor will receive a return of all or part of his or her investment, and investment results may vary substantially over any given time period. An investment is not a deposit and is not insured or guaranteed by the federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency or by Deutsche Bank AG, its affiliates, or subsidiaries.
An approach to real estate risk management
As investors look cross-border to diversify real estate portfolios, Deutsche Asset Management investment managers assess the potential opportunities and attractiveness of core real estate in the different prime regions. [more]
Finding Core Around the World
Investors may want to look beyond simply “bucketing” investments in traditional real estate categories, and view investment opportunities first in the context of risk and not necessarily return. [more]
Real Assets: The Subtle Attraction and Great Diversity of Real Assets
Investors are using multiple categories of real assets to potentially reduce risk and increase portfolio efficiency. [more]