Welcome to AXA IM - Real Assets' website
Expert in real assets portfolio and asset management
AXA Investment Managers’ teams have over 30 years’ experience investing in real assets.
Our approach to investing and managing real assets is built on our unique 360° view of the real assets market, together with the strong convictions we have developed over past economic cycles.
Our convictions drive our product development and shape our investment decisions. Together, they represent our long-term approach to value creation in real assets investment and management.
With c. 600 people in 13 offices operating in over 20 countries, we are a truly global firm in scale and resources, yet agile and flexible to meet clients’ needs. Our teams enable us to combine global strength across the full real assets investment spectrum with a substantial local operating presence.
We are the largest European real estate investment manager
We have been growing significantly in the past few years our business in the U.S. through acquisitions, transactions and capital raising
We have close to 10 years of experience in this market operating through our offices in Tokyo and Sydney
07 November 2019
Baytree Logistics Properties ("Baytree"), the logistics and industrial development platform, has secured a second strategic development site in the state of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, on behalf o ...Read more
06 November 2019
Leasing supports 22 Bishopsgate’s focus on sustainability and further broadens its tenant baseRead more
01 November 2019
AXA Investment Managers - Real Assets (“AXA IM - Real Assets”), a global leader in real asset investments(1), announces that it has completed the acquisition, on behalf of clients, of a residential to ...Read more
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19 November 2019
A European Climate Emergency Fund
The European Commission estimates the transition to a “low CO2” economic model would entail an investment effort of around 1.5% of GDP annually until 2030. This calls for creating a new long-term fun ...
22 October 2019
Private Rented Sector: resilient income underpinned by demographics and urbanisation
Major cities are amongst the most prohibitively expensive places to live in the world and yet continued urbanisation is a trend that is expected to persist for the foreseeable future.
10 November 2019
Space race: flexible office operators' fight for space likely to overshoot equilibrium
Technological improvements have enabled a more mobile/agile workforce which is changing the way people interact with physical office space.