Welcome to Consilia Capital
Consilia Capital is a London based research and advisory firm that specialises in implementing real estate strategies for corporate and institutional clients.
Consilia Capital is owned by Alex Moss who has spent over 30 years specializing in the real estate sector globally, encompassing award winning sell side research, corporate broking, private equity and fund management. He formed AME Capital in 2002, which developed a proprietary database and analytical tool for all global listed real estate companies and real estate securities funds. This business was sold to Macquarie Securities in 2008, where he stayed for over three years as Head of Global Property Securities Analytics. He formed Consilia Capital in 2012, and is a Visiting Professor, Real Estate, at Cass Business School, where he teaches the Capital Markets module for the MSc Real Estate Investment course and a Visiting Professor in the Real Estate and Planning Department at Henley Business School, University of Reading.Read More
What We Do
Our current product range includes:
MONTHLY REPORTS Regular performance data for real estate, infrastructure, and real asset funds with feature articles on fund management topics such as Smart Beta, REIT Trading Strategies, and Index Composition.
ADVISORY WORK. Typically, launching global real estate securities funds and implementing real estate strategies using the listed sector..
SPEICALIST SURVEYS on the application of listed real estate in investment strategies
ACADEMIC PAPERS on liquidity premia, REIT trading strategies, and the impact of blending listed and unlisted real estate.Read More
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Tel: + 44 (0) 207 887 6086
5th January 2017
The November Monthly report looks at REIT ETF Ffund flows, examining the link between flows, performance, and investor sentiment, using our proprietary database.
3rd January 2017
The October Monthly looks at the report by CEM Benchmarking which looks at asset allocation and net (of
2nd January 2017
The September Monthly report takes a look at the size and vintage effect in listed real estate securities fund performance. There has been a lot of work done on this topic for unlisted funds, but little for listed.
Using a sample of global real estate securities funds, we find that :