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ANREV: Currency Risk Management for Investors in Asia Pacific Non-Listed Real Estate Funds

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Currency movements can impact domestic currency cash flows from international real estate investments, therefore understanding and managing currency risk is an important part of the investment process. This research explores how investors in Asia Pacific non-listed real estate vehicles approach these issues and the impact of different hedging strategies.

The research has been commissioned to Cambridge University for the Erwin Stouthamer Research Grant and has been written by Professor Nick Mansley and Zilong Wang. The research represents the joint efforts of the research team from the University of Cambridge, ANREV (who managed the survey) and Chatham Financial (who conducted the simulation analysis).

The full report can be found here.

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