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Our investment experts share their insights in the following videos.

European Real Estate Outlook - Mar 2017

Our last European Outlook focused on the outcome of the UK’s referendum on Europe and its potential impact on European real estate markets. In this video, Vanessa Muscara, Senior Research Analyst at M&G Real Estate, continues to consider political uncertainty and its impact on real estate markets as a number of key elections take place in several European countries, notably in France and Germany.


UK Real Estate Market Outlook - Jan 2017

The economy has proved resilient in the face of Brexit uncertainty and investor concerns seem to be abating after a turbulent summer. The outlook for performance is moderate with some downside risks and defensive investments are likely to hold investors in good stead over the short term. In this video, Richard Gwilliam, Head of Property Research at M&G Real Estate, explores some key trends that may affect UK property over the next year.


Embedding socio-economic issues into investment thinking

As one of the world’s largest real estate investors, we recognise that our investments make a significant contribution to the local communities where they are located, as well as to regional and national economies. We recently conducted a study to better understand and quantify our socio-economic impacts. In this video, Tony Brown, Chief Investment Officer of M&G Real Estate, outlines some of the key findings.

The case for alternative credit

William Nicoll, Director of Fixed Income, makes the case for alternative credit.

Multi-asset and behavioural investing

Dave Fishwick, M&G Fund Manager, discusses behavioural investing with Frank Potaczek from Defaqto.