A survey of European life insurance companies that collectively oversee €2.73 trillion in assets, commissioned by AlphaReal, the specialist manager of secure income real assets, reveals 92% plan to increase their allocation to investments with a positive environmental and social impact, while the remaining 8% say they will do so in the near future.
AlphaReal and Just Group invest in over 100 health and childcare facilities assisting approximately 1,800 people
AlphaReal, the specialist secure income manager, has deployed £350 million of long income real estate backed investments over nine months on behalf of Just Group with a significant social infrastructure focus.
A survey of European life insurance companies that collectively oversee €2.73 trillion in assets, commissioned by AlphaReal, the specialist manager of secure income real assets, reveals inflation is the biggest macro risk facing the sector.
AlphaReal has been awarded ‘European ESG Fund Manager of the Year’ at the Funds Europe Awards 2023.
Over the quarter, long dated Real and Nominal Gilt yields increased by at least c.30bps, for the longest maturities the increase was as high as c.50bps.
European life insurers are optimistic that changes to regulation will make it easier to invest in secure income assets and private markets, new research finds.
AlphaReal has been shortlisted for ‘European ESG Fund Manager of the Year’ and ‘European Private Markets Fund Manager of the Year’ for the Funds Europe Awards on 2 November 2023.
AlphaReal hosted our inaugural Secure Income Seminar, moderated by Phil Redding, Senior Adviser at AlphaReal, where 5 panels discussed key topics relevant to institutional investors in the UK and Europe.
AlphaReal has been shortlisted for the ’10th Anniversary Award for Asset Management’. The Professional Pensions Investment Awards recognize asset managers who demonstrate strong performance over a 3-year period, and excellent performance in the preceding year to 30 June 2023.
AlphaReal, the specialist real assets investment manager, cautions that as more UK pension funds can afford to buy-out liabilities with an insurer, they face the threat of what it calls a ‘liquidity kink’.