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Direct Real Estate

Become part owner of a quality buildings and projects portfolio in some of the most desirable and attractive markets worldwide.

Investment strategies 

Direct real estate investments have been a success story since the launch of the first real estate fund in 1938. Nevertheless, innovation remains at the heart of what we do and we are constantly seeking new ways of maximizing value for you.

As the largest direct real estate investment manager in Switzerland1, and among the top 15 largest worldwide2, we have access to, and insights into, real estate opportunities globally. Whatever your goals and risk tolerance, we have a solution to suit you.

1 FINMA-authorized CIV weighted by asset size.
2 INREV/ANREV Fund Manager Survey 2019.

 

360-degree real estate investment management

We manage direct real estate investments from start to finish. Our comprehensive portfolio management is distinguished by five phases, in each of which investors reap rewards from specific know-how.

Swiss PropTech Report 2022

Are ecosystems the future of collaboration between PropTechs and their partners? What challenges is the growing PropTech industry currently struggling with? We will get to the bottom of these and other questions in this fifth edition.

Real estate and sustainability

Buildings produce a significant amount of global greenhouse gas emissions. As part of our overarching ESG concept, we are actively striving to reduce the carbon footprint of our holdings through a number of pioneering programs and initiatives to achieve a “net zero” real estate portfolio.

We rely on leading real estate sustainability labels and certificates such as LEED, BREEAM, DGNB, Minergie, SNBS etc., and the Credit Suisse quality seal greenproperty for sustainable new build properties in Switzerland.

greenproperty was developed in 2009 and is the first comprehensive Swiss quality seal for sustainable real estate under the ESG approach. Ten years after the initial launch, a revised version was introduced in 2019. This new version reflects the future-oriented developments in the area of sustainable construction and ensures greater transparency.

In order increase energy efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions, we systematically analyze and optimize our property portfolio on the transition towards a “net zero” climate neutral real estate portfolio.

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The systematic evaluation and optimization of sustainability performance are integral parts of our sustainability strategy. Therefore, we participate in the annual ESG benchmark – GRESB, the most important sustainability benchmark for real estate funds and companies.

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Investment possibilities

Get detailed information on our products and solutions for private and qualified investors.

Investment possibilities

Get detailed information on our products and solutions for private and qualified investors.

Furthermore, you can download annual/semi-annual reports and other information on real estate investment products in Fundsearch.

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Contact us for information about investment opportunities and to find out how we can help you achieve your investment goals.

Real Estate ad hoc publicity

News und alerts

The Credit Suisse real estate funds listed on the SIX are subject to SIX rules governing ad hoc publicity.1 Reports for the listed funds will be communicated via the following channels to the investors in conjunction with the SIX rules.

1 Article 53 of the Listing Rules of October 1, 2010, requires the issuer to inform the market and investors about any price-sensitive facts that have occurred in its area of activity. Price-sensitive facts are facts that could give rise to a significant price change. The Credit Suisse real estate funds of Credit Suisse Funds AG listed on the SIX are subject to SIX rules governing ad hoc publicity.