For the third consecutive year, the prominent trade magazine “PropertyEU“ included Swiss Life Asset Managers as the leading institutional property investor in Europe (for 2016) in its “Top 100 Investors Ranking”.
On 18 May 2017, Swiss Life Asset Managers was awarded the “Trophée d’Or du Revenu” for the best selection of International Bonds over 3 years in the Insurance Companies category. The Golden Trophy recognises the performance of UCITS managed by Swiss Life Asset Managers under French and Luxembourg law from our bond selections Inflation, Emerging Markets, High Yield and Global Corporate Bonds. These funds are eligible for unit-linked life insurance contracts.
Every year for more than 30 years the editorial board of “Le Revenu” has analysed 45 000 SICAVs and European funds approved by the French market authority (AMF) and marketed in France. The jury bases its decisions on data provided by Morningstar, market prices and variations in these SICAVs and FCPs determined on 31 March 2017.
The 2017 IAZI Award in the “Best Swiss German Properties” category has been presented to Swiss Life. The real estate portfolios are evaluated according to the eight parameters of the IAZI Swiss Property Benchmark®. The IAZI Property Benchmark® is one of the most representative reference values in the Swiss real estate sector and is followed by major investors. The awards are bestowed in eight different categories. Eligible are all investors who hold a real estate portfolio with a market value of more than CHF 100 million.
Giorgio Engeli, Head Real Estate Portfolio Management PAM Switzerland, accepted the award at the 12th annual IAZI Real Estate lunch event.
For more on the ceremony see IAZI.
Swiss Life REIM has received the 2017 “Best Retail OPCI” award for its “OPCI Swiss Life Dynapierre” open real estate fund. The award was bestowed in Paris at the “Les Victoires de la Pierre-Papier” ceremony hosted by “Gestion de Fortune” magazine. The prize honours real estate funds that excelled during the previous year in terms of quality and performance. The candidates are evaluated using quantitative and qualitative criteria by a seven-member independent jury comprised of noted representatives and journalists at “Gestion de Fortune”. Nineteen prize-winners were selected in 12 different categories from among a total of 63 applicants.
For more on the ceremony see "Les Victoires de la Pierre-Papier".