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Despite signs of resurgent inflation, central banks across the developed world appear to be in no hurry to normalise interest rates. At the same time, government bond yields remain at rock-bottom levels and share valuations are widely perceived as over-valued. Amid these conditions there’s considerable investor appetite for alternative investments, including private equity. And many fund managers are looking to expand into new markets and deploy capital across borders.
Jason Sharman, the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations at Cambridge University, discusses some of the shortcomings of beneficial ownership registries to date — and why it’s unlikely other regions will follow the EU’s lead in the near future.
This four-part audio interview series features Jan Vanhoutte, VFM’s managing director for the last 10 years, and Tomas Tobolka, an experienced real estate professional with over 15 years’ experience across all stages of the fund lifecycle.
The impact the pandemic has had on the real estate industry can be felt on a global scale. 
As the pandemic recedes in many places, some employers have announced plans to extend their work-from-home policies indefinitely.
Recent years have seen swathes of extra legislation brought in around the globe to improve transparency and protect investors and tax revenues.
Steven Guttman at Vistra in Germany examines how EU cross-border tax rules are being transposed into German law, and the impact they are having on reporting obligations in the country
Vistra’s Scott Kraemer examines how investor demands for data and the need for flexible reporting are having an impact on technology in the real estate sector