Real estate has a robust track record of enhancing portfolio diversification and delivering strong risk-adjusted returns for investors.

At Aberdeen Standard Investments, we offer expertise across all principal real estate sectors – enabling our clients to target opportunities in their home market and globally.

Our success in real estate is built on deep local research, global insight and an active approach to investing and development of our real estate assets. In this way, we seek to enable our clients to benefit from global real estate themes such as demographic change, urbanisation, technology plus environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.

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Key Benefits

Global presence – local access

Managing £39bn* in real estate assets, we are one of the largest real estate managers globally committed to sustainable investing and innovative solutions for clients.

With over 270* real estate professionals in 15* locations worldwide, our scale drives credibility and deal flow. In turn, we can offer clients a comprehensive end-to-end service throughout the market cycle, spanning the real estate risk spectrum and value chain.

Direct and indirect expertise

As well as managing direct real estate assets, we invest indirectly using listed and non-listed funds, multi-manager strategies and real estate debt. By also providing related services for tax, finance and development, we’re committed to giving clients a one-stop solution for their real estate needs.

*Source: Aberdeen Standard Investments, 30 June 2018

Aberdeen Asset Middle East Limited (“AAMEL”) registered in the Abu Dhabi Global Market (“ADGM”) (Registered No. 000000252) is regulated by the ADGM Financial Services Regulatory Authority (“FSRA”).

Aberdeen Standard Investments is a brand of the investment businesses of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life Investments.  

Investment involves risk. The value of investments, and the income from them, can go down as well as up and an investor may get back less than the amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future results.