July 15, 2014

As ever-growing volumes of capital continue to chase a limited pool of real estate assets, investors across the globe are moving up the risk curve in search of yield. The fierce competition to place capital is reflected in the main themes discussed in this year’s Urban Land Institute (ULI) Capital Markets Forum in Hong Kong, with new money from Asia driving prices higher in gateway cities in Europe and the United States, and pushing investors to test new strategies in secondary markets and asset classes.

Earlier this year, in May, thirty leading executives in the world of real estate capital markets and investments gathered at the closed-door forum in Hong Kong for an open conversation about the future of the capital markets and the challenges the industry will face.

For a full roundup of the Forum, click here


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