Often touted as an asset class that generate recurring stable income for genuine long-term investors; REIT has frequently been mentioned along-side with investment grade fixed income products. How true is that?
The vibrancy and degree of retail participation rates within the REIT industries across both Hong Kong & Singapore markets have been phenomenal when compared to that of other industry sectors. Why is this so?
In addition, all if not most REITs are leveraged entities. As such, ability to obtain access to low interest rate financing is key for both survival and prosperity. Is the foreseeable low interest rate regime of our era benefiting the REIT business model? Are institutional investors buying into this low interest rate story?
Date: 11 Aug, 2020
Time: 7pm - 8pm (GMT+8)
Professional learning credit: 1
Alan Lok, CFA, Director of Ethics Education and Professional Standards, Asia Pacific, CFA Institute.
Alan has more than 10 years of equity research experience, spanning various industries and sectors. He is the co-author of the "Sector Analysis: A Framework for Investors" research series jointly published by CFA Institute and ACCA
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