Our products and solutions

We work closely with our clients to develop long-term strategic relationships, to understand their goals and meet their requirements. To ensure we provide each investor with a tailored solution, made up of a range of products and strategies, we have deepened our range of solutions to offer the resilient, enhanced and debt series:


  • Our resilient series is designed for investors who are focused on diversification, income and long-term capital growth. Our strategies focus on investing in high-quality assets in leading cities that are well positioned in terms of long-term structural trends including demographic change, urbanisation and technology.
  • Our enhanced series applies strategies that work within market cycles, use a more active asset management and repositioning approach, and/or invest in emerging sectors and locations. These strategies are designed for investors that are looking for an enhanced level of capital growth.
  • Our debt series is designed to provide investors access to secure, income-focused returns. Our strategies may suit cautious investors seeking attractive levels of income with a measure of downside protection against short-term capital cycles.  

Our business is entirely focused on real estate investment and providing clients with access to these strategies across a range of structures and capital markets. This includes co-investments/joint ventures, separate accounts, club deals and pooled funds. In each case, we work closely in partnership with some of the most sophisticated investors in the market.

Pooled funds

We can leverage our existing product range, specialist expertise and strategic partnerships to grant access to a range of pooled fund products.

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Through the TIAA General Account, we are able to undertake co-investment opportunities that meet its portfolio and business objectives.

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Segregated mandates

We have extensive experience working with and running mandates for some of the largest sovereign wealth and global investment funds in the world.

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