Global 200: Real Estate 2017

Global 200: Real Estate

The Global 200: Real Estate report builds on last year’s Global 200 report, which tracked every single partner in the world’s 200 largest firms by revenue, identifying each partner's office location, gender and practice area.

This ground-breaking data allowed us to reveal the top firms’ bench strength in areas such as corporate, finance, IP/IT, litigation and real estate for the first time. The new Global 200: Real Estate report takes this partner headcount data as a starting point but digs much deeper into the real estate strategies of the world’s largest firms, analysing deals, hires, strategic moves and wider global real estate market trends.

The global scope of the report is reflected in detailed features on the North American market, including the activities of some of the leading domestic firms, along with focuses on the Asia Pacific region, Europe and the UK. It will highlight capital flows around the world, pinpointing the most active markets currently and assessing which areas, and real estate asset classes, are likely to be hot over the next three-five years.

In addition, through in-depth profiles of many of the 50 largest law firms’ real estate practices, the report showcases the sector strengths and real estate USPs and differentiating factors of the world’s leading property law firms.

To order your copy, call Gilberto Esgaio – 0207 970 4191 or email gilberto.esgaio@centaurmedia.com    

Contents:

  1. Methodology
  2. Overview & Key Findings: Strategic Powerhouse - Real Estate hot spots - Big doesn’t have to mean global - Real estate takes a central role - The globalisation for legal panels - The rise of the Pan-Euro deal
  3. Real estate panels: What GCs want - Rise of the GC and its effect on panels - What GCs want from a panel
  4. Pan-European deals: The Breadth Winners
  5. Private equity real estate funds: The world’s biggest landlord makes it rain in Europe
  6. Market profiles: a) US: The Trump Effect - US – the real estate giant - Flourish or wither – how Trump’s presidency will shake out in real estate b) UK: Adjust your set - UK’s top RE players - Brexit – maker or breaker of UK real estate? c) Europe: Election countdown - Headcount - Europe: vote of confidence? d) Asia-Pacific: Cooling-off period - Global Asia-Pac elite - China’s capital controls – how firms are being affected
  7. Individual firm insight
  8. Tables

Firm metrics included in this report:

- Number of lawyers who spend at least 50% of their time on real estate matters
- Number of partners who spend at least 50% of their time on real estate matters
- Number of lawyers in the firm’s real estate practice area group
- Number of partners in the firm’s real estate practice area group

List of tables

Data collected from surveys
- Top 100 firms ranked by number of real estate partners
- Top 75 firms headcount breakdown
- Top 75 firms jurisdictional breakdown
- Top 10 firms ranked by number of US real estate partners
- Top 10 firms ranked by number of UK real estate partners
- Top 10 firms ranked by number of Europe real estate partners
- Top 10 firms ranked by number of Asia Pacific real estate partners
Data used from Private Equity International (PEI)
- Top 50 private equity real estate funds ranked by equity raised since 2011
- Top 30 institutional private equity real estate funds ranked by equity raised since 2011
- Capital raised by private equity funds by region

List of graphs

- Where firms currently see most real estate activity geographically
- Where firms currently see most real estate activity by sector
- Where firms anticipate seeing most real estate activity by geography in the next 3-5 years
- Where firms anticipate seeing most real estate activity by sector in the next 3-5 years


 

To order your copy, call Gilberto Esgaio – 0207 970 4191 or email gilberto.esgaio@centaurmedia.com    

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