Last 5-years return 34.4% (6.80% p.a.)
Last 3-years return 15.2% (5.05% p.a.)
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HB Reavis CE REIF is an open-end real estate investment fund with an optimal, 4 to 7-year recommended holding period and with an average annualised total return of around 8%. The Fund´s investment approach is to follow the “core/core+” strategy of only investing in standing, income-generating commercial properties in Pan-European countries that consistently meet the expectations of investors. The Fund uses synergies with HB Reavis, which is a leading international workspace and shopping mall provider active in United Kingdom, Germany and Central Europe.
HB Reavis Real Estate Investment Management was founded in 2011 with the vision of becoming the leading active real estate fund manager focused on delivering exceptional long-term investment returns and superior client service for investors seeking exposure to commercial real estate in Europe.
The business capitalises on its asset management capabilities and the 28-year track record of its 100% parent, HB Reavis, a leading European real estate developer in the industry. With a heritage in real estate, HB Reavis Investment Management builds long-lasting partnerships that consistently meet the expectations of investors.
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You’ll have noticed some surprising changes if you’ve ever scaled your business. Processes that once worked can become inefficient and new problems you hadn’t previously considered may develop.
The office has always been much more than just four walls; and in a post-pandemic world, this will be clearer than ever before. To employees, it’ll be the hub of collaboration that’s been missing for over a year (and that no number of Zoom calls can replicate in quite the same way).
How much working time is lost to distractions? 581 hours per person every year, according to The Economist. If you think that sounds like a lot, you’d be right. Employee distractions can have several impacts for your business, and all of them put a strain on performance by hampering productivity.
Working in his lab on the origins of species, Charles Darwin ran into a problem. Between examining his samples on one desk and writing notes on another, he wasted much time and energy moving around the workspace.
Offices and workspaces have evolved dramatically over the years – remember those depressing beige corridors with rows of cell-like offices rumbling to the sound of desk fans?
There’s a universal phenomenon that happens when you present the world with a new way of doing things. This phenomenon is resistance to change. If you look back through history, you’ll find hundreds of examples of great ideas that were initially rejected or took time to be accepted.
In the natural world, we see symbiosis everywhere. Defined as ‘a mutually beneficial relationship between two different organisms’, you can find it in everything from clown fish and anemones to fruit bats and fig trees.
When you think of work, you think of the office. Yet the office has come a long way since the first dedicated workspaces built in the 1700s, generally keeping pace with big technology trends.
How much is poor air quality costing your business? Chances are it’s more than you think. Whether it’s too much CO2 affecting productivity, or issues caused by pollutants which impact both physical and mental health, poor air quality in the office is an invisible threat.
Over 150 years ago, Charles Darwin first proposed his theory of evolution. In it, he suggested that throughout history the species that have thrived are the ones most able to adapt. It was not the strongest or the largest that succeeded, he said, but those that could change that survived.
When talking about smart offices, your first thought might be how technology can help improve the physical workspace. After all, with today’s smart offices able to monitor and control environmental factors in much greater detail than ever before, the physical benefits are immediately obvious.