Figures as at 30 June 2021
AXA CoRE Europe Fund
Draw on AXA IM - Real Assets’ unrivalled real estate knowledge and expertise
The AXA CoRE Europe Fund (the “Fund”) is an open-ended real estate investment fund that seeks to achieve long-term stable income through the acquisition of Core real estate assets across Europe, capitalising on individual market dynamics and timing.
"AXA CoRE Europe seeks to offer investors diversified exposure to European real estate, allowing for enough flexibility to dynamically manage economic and real estate cycles over the long term.”
Rainer Suter, Co-Head of Core Strategies
The Investment Objective of the Fund is to seek regular income combined with long-term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio of European Real Estate.
The primary strategy is to seek high-quality Core assets with a focus in the current market context on industrial/logistics and residential assets located in established hubs and strong locations in major European cities and its conurbation, with the aim of diversification at the geographical and sectorial level to provide the ability to manage real estate cycles and generate long-term stable income.
The Fund aims at providing institutional investors with a diversified exposure to European real estate, through a large open-ended vehicle providing continuity of allocation to real estate income flows.
To deliver this objective, the Fund will rely on AXA IM - Real Assets’ established capabilities with 10 offices across Europe and more than 300 professionals in asset management, transaction and fund management.
AXA CoRE Europe offers a distinctive value proposition based on 3 pillars:
1. Focus on major cities
with population and economic growth
2. Focus on high-quality assets
with modern building specifications
3. Targeting resilient income profile
with good tenant covenants and lease terms
Liquidity: Investor redemption may be suspended for an indefinite period;
Performance and Investment strategy: There is no assurance that the Fund will realise its investment;
Market Volatility: Fund performance may be adversely affected by disruption and volatility within capital and credit markets and real estate markets, causing pricing and liquidity risk.
Past performance is not representative of future performance.