Global Real Estate Capital Markets: Theory and Practice (Paperback)

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Global Real Estate Capital Markets: Theory and Practice (Paperback)

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This book unravels the complex mechanisms involved in global real estate capital markets, enabling the reader to understand how they have grown and evolved, how they function, what determines market pricing, and how the public and private debt and equity markets are linked to each other.

Using their extensive professional experience, the authors combine a structured, rigorous understanding of the theory and academic evidence behind the main concepts with practical examples, applications, case studies, quizzes and online resources. The book will enable readers to understand for example:

- Why share prices of real estate companies can differ dramatically from the underlying value of the assets

- The differing investment objectives of different categories of investor and how this influences share prices and corporate funding decisions

- How sell-side analysts make their recommendations

- How buy-side analysts decide which sectors, funds and stocks to allocate capital to

- And how ESG considerations are relevant to capital market pricing.

The book is designed not just for advanced real estate students, but also for global finance courses, Executive Education short courses and as a primer for new entrants to the sector. It is key reading for the following groups:

- Property professionals working for a listed company wanting to understand the relationship between their underlying business and the stock market valuation

- Real Estate Private Equity teams looking to understand the valuation disconnect between public and private markets and arbitrage the Parallel Asset Pricing model

- Equity/Multi asset/Property analysts/fund managers who need to understand the specific characteristics of real estate vs the other ten equity sectors and understand when to increase and decrease sector weightings.

Online materials for this book can be found on the Routledge Resource website at https: //resourcecentre.routledge.com/books/9781032288017.

Alex Moss is Director of the Real Estate Research Centre at Bayes Business School (formerly Cass), and Course Director for the MSc Global Finance online course and the MSc Real Estate course. He has been involved in research and transactions in the global real estate sector for over 30 years. His career has encompassed award-winning sell-side research (BZW), investment banking (CSFB), private equity (Apax Partners Capital) and fund management (M&G and Investec). He formed AME Capital in 2002, which developed a proprietary database and analytical tool for all listed real estate companies and real estate securities funds globally. This business was sold to Macquarie Securities in 2008, where he stayed for over three years as Head of Global Property Securities Analytics. In 2012 he formed Consilia Capital, a real estate investment advisory firm, and has developed an international institutional client base. In addition, at that stage he started publishing regularly in academic journals. As well as lecturing at Bayes he is also a visiting lecturer at UCL and Cambridge University. Alex is Chairman of the EPRA Research Committee.Kieran Farrelly was formerly a Partner and Head of Market Research for the real estate team at the Stepstone Group. Prior to Stepstone, he was a Principal at the Townsend Group and a Director at CBRE Global Investors. His roles have encompassed portfolio management, investment underwriting across a range of conduits and global investment strategy. Previously, Kieran was a research analyst with M&G Real Estate. He holds a Ph.D. in real estate and planning from the Henley Business School at the University of Reading and a master's in economics from the University of Warwick. He has guest lectured on a variety of real estate investment finance topics at UCL, the universities of Cambridge, Oxford and Reading, and London Business School. He has also authored several published academic real estate papers and is an Honorary Visiting Fellow at Bayes Business School.
Product Details ISBN: 9781032288000
ISBN-10: 1032288000
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: July 16th, 2024
Pages: 178
Language: English