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A multi-asset class closed-end fund registered in Luxembourg investing in the Indian real estate market. We invest directly in capital and income growth real estate projects alongside reputed developers and indirectly in listed property-related equities.
The Fund conforms to Article 6 of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) which means it has as part its investment mission the creation of sustained, positive social impact. Article 6 requires asset managers to disclose how sustainability risks are integrated into their investment decisions and the results of an assessment of the likely impacts of sustainability risks on their funds. The Fund has a social impact through inner-city slum redevelopment and environmental impact through the active use of offsite construction technologies such as steel modular buildings. As such we will be working with our development partners to adopt green construction technologies such as offsite construction and the use of input materials that will reduce the carbon footprint of our projects. The majority of the Fund’s residential redevelopments are under the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) which for example gives ownership title of flats to women to provide them with key financial security. In summary, the Fund’s strong commitment to ESG and MII standards means that its projects will deliver better and more efficient buildings with lower maintenance costs".
Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016, RERA, is a landmark change in regulation bringing about consolidation, quality and transparency, making it an ideal time to enter the market
Increase in transparency and returns have seen a surge in private investments in the sector, attracting foreign investments worth $5 billion in the first 9 months alone of this financial year 2020-21 despite the pandemic
Indian real estate market expected to reach $1 trillion by 2030, becoming the 3rd largest in the world
Investing directly in real estate projects alongside reputed developers and indirectly in listed equities, enables a weighted average return commensurate to the risk/return profile
Growing economy has given a push to demand for office spaces and commercial properties and as the urban population becomes more environmentally conscious, there is an increase in demand for energy efficient and environment friendly architecture
Listen to RE RISE Projects & Investments Director - Joerg Beahren on why to invest in Indian Real Estate