CBRE Global Investors has changed its name to CBRE Investment Management (CBREIM) as it unveils its new brand positioning and corporate website, cbreim.com.
The US$129 billion global real asset investment firm has changed its name and unified all global sub-brands.
CBRE Investment Management replaces the CBRE Global Investors brand and all sub-brands globally, including CBRE Caledon Capital Management, its private infrastructure business; CBRE Clarion Securities, its listed real assets business; and CBRE Global Investment Partners, its private indirect real estate business. This new unified name is a key step in the firm’s continued evolution. The adoption of a single identity simplifies the brand and represents how the whole firm uses its combined expertise to drive performance for its clients.
“The launch of CBRE Investment Management is another milestone in our strategic focus on realizing the potential in the real assets market,” says Chuck Leitner, CEO of CBRE Investment Management.
“We have long been aware of the significant real assets investment opportunity, and the adoption of a single unified brand further bolsters our ability to deliver real assets solutions so our clients, people, and communities thrive. As we look to the future, we will continue to build on a rich history of serving our clients through our investor-operator capabilities, information advantage, and commitment to sustainability.”
Building on its capability to deliver on all aspects of an asset’s lifecycle, from investment through to the user experience, the firm recently announced the creation of a global sector-specific logistics team that will enhance and better align its global expertise within the growing logistics sector.
The firm has expanded and unified its in-house Insights & Intelligence team—which includes 30+ fundamental and quantitative researchers and 20+ analytics/risk measurement specialists, covering 300+ market/sector combinations.
Earlier this year, the former CBRE Clarion Securities lost its senior analyst and portfolio manager Gavin Peacock leaving Asia Pacific team leader Justin Pica as a lead portfolio manager.
In late 2018, CBRE Clarion Securities took over the UBS Property Securities Fund as UBS Asset Management offloaded the management of some strategies.