Why managers with dry powder need to reconsider how they find opportunities

In Europe and around the world, rising interest rates and falling valuations are impacting many commercial property sectors still reeling from the aftereffects of the pandemic, as well as secular changes in the way occupiers use real estate.

Shrewd investment managers can help identify which assets, on a case-by-case basis, can result in the greatest returns and which property sectors are likely to pose the lowest risk going forward.

In this episode of Spotlight, Marc Fuhrmann, principal and head of real estate of Arrow Global, returns to speak with Jonathan Brasse, editor-in-chief, real estate at PEI Group, about trends in the ever-changing private equity real estate markets.

Marc Fuhrmann

Marc Fuhrmann

Principal, Real Estate Investments

As Principal for Real Estate, Marc is responsible for Arrow’s real estate strategy, including origination, underwriting, and portfolio management for real estate investments as well as oversight of Arrow’s real estate related platforms.

Prior to joining Arrow, Marc spent fourteen years at a large US private equity firm, most recently as a partner responsible for European real estate.

Throughout his career, Marc has been responsible for sourcing, executing, and managing investments across a wide range of real estate strategies in Europe and the US. This has included equity investments, non-performing loans, direct lending, and structured products.

Marc has an MBA from London Business School and an M.Sc. in Finance from the University of Texas at Dallas.