Prosperous European Real Estate Market Leads to Growth for Alternative Assets

Low interest rates imposed by the European Central Bank have made the European real estate market surge in foreign investments in recent years. The artificially low rates deem stocks risky and bonds expensive, nudging people to real estate investments instead. Additionally, momentum on real estate prices has occurred amidst quelled concerns regarding a rise in Read More…

The U.K. Economy Reacts to General Election result, Strong Leadership ”Needed”

The British economy and businesses are showing signs of weakness, urging politicians to react. The recent election, resulting in no overall majority, prompted businesses to demand that the “economy” be of upmost importance when making policy decisions, with some interests even calling for the delay of Brexit negotiations. “The new administration needs to deliver policies Read More…

Keith Knutsson considers a “Smarter” Workplace

“With constant advancements in technology, particularly sensor information technology, we are seeing vast amounts of data produced at a rapid pace. A building becomes ‘smart’ when you use data to make strategic decisions around efficiency, quality, and productivity. Physical spaces are the second-largest corporate cost but still less than 45% utilized. There are a few Read More…