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M&G Asia Property Fund profile

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M&G Asia Property Fund

Launched in 2006, the M&G Asia Property Fund was the first open-ended real estate fund investing in high quality real estate assets across the Asia Pacific region. It has a value driven long term investment philosophy.

Investment objective

The Fund aims to generate an average local currency total return of at least 8% per annum over a rolling three-year period, including a minimum dividend of 4% per annum.

Investment strategy

The Fund targets long-term capital appreciation and stable income growth through investment in high quality real estate in mature Asia Pacific markets. The primary target markets are Australia, Japan and South Korea and its principal target sectors are retail in Australia, residential, retail and logistics in Japan and retail and logistics in South Korea. The Portfolio Manager is focused on maintaining occupancy and extending duration to enhance income and capital growth potential of the existing portfolio in a low growth environment.

Meet our team

Fund Management Team

Richard Van Den Berg

Richard joined M&G Real Estate in Singapore in August 2017 as the Fund Manager for M&G Asia Property Fund, responsible for investment strategy and fund performance with oversight of acquisitions, divestments and asset management. Richard has been actively involved in Asian real estate management since 1989 with previous roles in Hong Kong at the Mass Transit Railway Corporation, Rodamco Asia, ING Real Estate and CBRE Global Investors. His previous roles span the full range of real estate investment activities in asset management, investment and fund management across Asia Pacific. Prior to joining M&G Real Estate, Richard was Managing Director, Executive Committee member and Investment Committee member of CBRE Global Investors based in Hong Kong covering Asia Pacific with direct responsibility for Greater China.

Richard holds a MSc in Architecture from Delft University and an MBA from Erasmus University Rotterdam, both in the Netherlands.

Business Development Team

Chris Andrews

Head of Client Relationships and Marketing

Christopher J. Andrews CFA

+65 6436 5331

chris.j.andrews@mandg.com

Primary contact

Other areas of investment expertise

Other areas of investment expertise

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