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Global Real Assets

Successful global real asset investing is driven by local insight and execution
As one of the industry's premier real estate, infrastructure and maritime investment managers – Global Real Assets (part of J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s robust Alternatives platform) partners with many of the world's most sophisticated institutions and high-net-worth individuals to help achieve their long-term investment objectives.

Our local investment talent utilises disciplined investment processes, consistently implemented across asset types and regions, to drive investment results across an expanding global platform of innovative offerings spanning:

  • geographies (U.S., Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific)
  • markets (public and private, equity and debt)
  • account structures (commingled funds, separate accounts, open end and closed end)
  • asset types and strategies - real estate, infrastructure and other real assets
  • the risk-reward continuum (core, core-plus, value add and opportunistic)

With more than USD82 billion in real assets under management and more than 45 years of real assets investment experience, we are a trusted advisor with a legacy of trusted partnerships built on the promise to put client interests ahead of our own. (As of 31 December, 2014)

What are global real assets?
Real assets are typically investments in tangible "hard" assets that provide a blend of stable income, equity-like upside potential, inflation hedging, lower volatility and, in general, low correlations to the two current "traditionals"—equities and fixed income.

Global real assets include investments in real estate (including REITs), infrastructure and shipping, as well as commodities and related investments such as timber land, farm land and natural resources.

Our business
Our more than 400-professional real assets team brings functional expertise, as well as deep experience in portfolio management, acquisitions, asset management, accounting, legal, risk control, joint ventures, leasing, workouts, dispositions, debt capital markets, appraisal and valuation, engineering, and environmental issues.