Inside the M&G Property Portfolio
In this short video Co-fund manager Justin Upton showcases one of the assets held within the M&G Property Portfolio, the R+ building in Reading. The asset, which was acquired in 2014 has been completely re-developed and is regarded as a best-in-class asset. Justin discusses the benefits of investing outside of London, the intention behind the investment and the success of the project for both the investor and the fund.
We have also created a brochure to highlight nine key assets within the portfolio from the retail, office and industrial sectors, download here.
M&G Real Estate has over 150 years of experience in property and focuses on delivering long-term, income-driven returns for our clients. We have £28.4 bn* of assets under management, with more than 875 properties in the UK, continental Europe, North America and Asia, making us one of the world's largest real estate investors.
We co-invest alongside our clients to truly align our objectives. Client needs are also key to our approach to innovation, driving a track record of originating new investment strategies and deal structures.
M&G Real Estate’s investment decisions are backed by one of the industry’s longest established research teams, which provides unique insight and proprietary valuations for our fund managers. Our sector specialist teams of local property market professionals cover all the major areas of the market (industrial, retail, office and residential) and help us maximise returns for our clients through active management and close relationships with occupiers.
Our approach to real estate investment allows us to identify and exploit market inefficiencies quickly, giving our clients access to one of the broadest ranges of investment opportunities in the market today.
M&G Real Estate has a Responsible Property Investment (RPI) strategy which seeks to ensure that our activities enrich the lives of the people and communities we operate in and by doing so creates value for our investors, society and environment. Find out more about our approach to responsible investment here.
The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause fund prices to fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount you invested.
*At 31 December 2018 (including cash).