About Real Assets
From co-mingled funds and joint-ventures, to separate accounts and tailored-made investment vehicles comprising regional and country-specific investment strategies, we manage more than €85 billion¹ on behalf of our 200+ third-party institutional clients and AXA insurance companies.
With around 600 people operating in over 20 countries and based in 13 offices around the world, the team combines in-depth, in-country knowledge with longstanding experience, strong convictions and a thorough understanding of capital structure.
This combination allows us to build strategies for our clients across the spectrum of Real Assets through a wide range of investment solutions which aim to deliver targeted returns commensurate with their risk profile. We are the number one portfolio and asset manager in Europe² in direct property and a global leader in Real Asset investment.
Our size, experience and structure enable us to offer clients a 360° view of real assets investing - we invest in both equity and debt, across different real asset classes, geographies and via private and listed instruments.
This 360° view provides us with a thorough understanding of relative value in real asset markets that can be instrumental to optimising the management of economic cycles. It also promotes flexibility and agility in our investment decisions.
¹ Source: AXA IM – Real Assets data (unaudited) as at June 30, 2019
² Source: INREV Fund Manager Survey – May 2019
Isabelle Scemama, CEO of Real Assets
18 insights found
05 July 2019
Logistics: retailers’ new front office
The consumer has taken power in the retail industry which has put retailers on the backfoot and caused a structural rethink of the traditional business model. Omni-channel retail has emerged as the l ...
28 February 2019
Applying a 360-degree approach to property allocations
Applying a universal approach to property allocations can offer investors an opportunity to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns throughout the property occupancy cycle.
30 January 2019
Retail is not dead and regionally dominant shopping centres offer an attractive value play
The retail market is under pressure as it responds and adapts to the disruptive force of the internet on its traditional business model.