SINGAPORE (May 25): Singapore-based property groups CapitaLand and Mapletree Investments have once again topped overall rankings in the list of Asia Pacific managers with the highest total real estate assets under management (AUM), according to the ANREV/INREV/NCREIF Fund Manager Survey 2017.

For the second time, the survey has a global outreach, with 177 fund managers globally completing the questionnaire. The majority of fund managers were from Europe (90) followed by those domiciled in Asia Pacific (52) and North America (35).

Globally, it was found that total AUM rose to US$2.5 trillion ($3.5 trillion) as compared to $2.2 trillion a year ago, with fund managers of all sizes increasing the value of their assets to bring average AUM among the top 50 global real estate managers 25.8% higher to US$43 billion.

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