About Real Assets
From co-mingled funds and joint-ventures, to separate accounts and tailored-made investment vehicles comprising regional and country-specific investment strategies, we manage more than €100 billion¹ on behalf of our 250+ third-party institutional clients and AXA insurance companies.
With more than 600 people operating in over 20 countries and based in 14 offices around the world, the team combines in-depth, in-country knowledge with longstanding experience, strong convictions and a thorough understanding of capital structure.
This combination allows us to build strategies for our clients across the spectrum of Real Assets through a wide range of investment solutions which aim to deliver targeted returns commensurate with their risk profile. We are the number one portfolio and asset manager in Europe² in direct property and a global leader in Real Asset investment.
Our size, experience and structure enable us to offer clients a 360° view of real assets investing - we invest in equity, debt and infrastructure, across different real asset classes, geographies and via private and listed instruments.
This 360° view provides us with a thorough understanding of relative value in real asset markets that can be instrumental to optimising the management of economic cycles. It also promotes flexibility and agility in our investment decisions.
¹ Source: AXA IM – Real Assets data (unaudited) as at March 31, 2020
² Source: INREV Fund Manager Survey – May 2019
Isabelle Scemama, CEO di Real Assets
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