KTAM Aims to Become Thailand's Leading Property Fund,Increasing Assets Under Management to 11.3 Billion The Bangkok Post reported on Thursday, 22 February that real estate investment in Thailand soared by 81.8 percent to $2 billion (1.3 billion)in 2012, nearly double the $1.1 billion (720 million) in 2011, as property funds markedly increased their investment activity. ...continue reading "Thai Real Estate Investment Soared On Back Of Property Fund Activity"

KTAM Aims to Become Thailand's Leading Property Fund,Increasing Assets Under Management to 11.3 Billion

The Bangkok Post reported on Thursday, 22 February that real estate investment in Thailand soared by 81.8 percent to $2 billion (1.3 billion)in 2012, nearly double the $1.1 billion (720 million) in 2011, as property funds markedly increased their investment activity.

According to property consultant DTZ, Thailand's real estate market was boosted by the listing of major property funds and a high number of acquisitions, particularly in the office and hotel sectors. Some $1.1 billion (720 million), or 55 percent of total real estate investment, came from transactions by real estate funds or public funds for public offerings (PFPOs).

Investment activity received a major boost from the listing of Tesco Lotus Retail Growth Freehold and Leasehold (TLGF) in the beginning of January 2012, which proved to bethe largest property fund listing for the year. The $594-million (389 million) fund purchased 17 Tesco Lotus shopping malls in prime locations across Thailand in a deal which by itself exceeded half of the real estate investments in the country in 2011.

Other notable property fund investments in 2012 included the purchase during the first quarter of three serviced apartment complexesand residences for $106 million (69 million) by the listed Land and Houses Freehold and Leasehold Property Fund (LHPF). Additionally, the Quality Houses Hotel and Residence Freehold and Leasehold Property Fund (QHHR) bought three Centre Point serviced apartments in the third quarter, for some $107 million (70 million).

KTAM Eyes Real Estate Market

Krung Thai Asset Management (KTAM) has the ambition to lead the market in property funds and,more specifically, to increase its assets under management by 20 percent in 2013 to 516 billion baht (11.3 billion), said chief executive officer Somchai Boonnamsiri, citing the positive overall investment climate.

The Bangkok Post reports that Thai billionaire Charoen

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The year 2010 brings to a close one of the most volatile decades in the history of the California real estate industry. Median home prices increased at an unprecedented rate to all-time highs five years ago, while the second half of the decade witnessed the sharpest decline in home prices ever recorded. Its hard to imagine that the same ten years that saw homes being purchased sight-unseen at twenty percent above asking price also experienced widespread foreclosures and lofty inventories of properties for sale. Home builders that were once purchasing as much land as they could find were soon abandoning partially completed developments. Homebuyers that once struggled to find a home they could afford were suddenly availed to a wide array of reasonably priced houses. So now that the California real estate rollercoaster has rapidly taken us up and down, what does the future hold?

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BANGKOK, Sept. 10 (Xinhua) -- Thai Prime Minister on Saturday afternoon left Bangkok to Brunei for her first official foreign visit after taking office, aiming to strengthen bilateral ties, said local media Saturday.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and a high-level delegation including Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul left Bangkok from the Royal Thai Army Airport at 3:15 p.m. local time and would arrive in Brunei capital Bandar Seri Begawan at 7 p.m. local time, Mass Communication of Thailand reported.ed.

She would attend a state banquet to be hosted by the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, then depart later in the evening and return to Thailand around early Sunday morning.

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Before leaving Bangkok, Yingluck told reporters that during the visit she would discuss with the Sultan of Brunei ways to strengthen the bilateral cooperations including the knowledge exchange on agriculture and the export and investment in halal food to Muslim countries.

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After 3 decades of practicing medicine, I've come to learn that the most powerful form of healing is right under our noses. It's in our bodies.

Your body is designed to fix itself. It's simply up to you to supply it with the stimulus and support it needs.

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The challenge is finding the right way to harness this healing power.

Spontaneous Healing Is A Documented Fact

From torn ACL injuries to cancer, science has documented literally thousands of cases of people who healed themselves without the intervention of surgery or pharmaceuticals. In 1993, the Institute of Noetic Sciences published a book compiling 3500 cases of people curing themselves from seemingly incurable diseases, like stage 4 cancer, without the help of medical intervention.[1] Many conventional doctors call these cases anomalies. Often medical researchers warn these cases of spontaneous healing should not be studied lest they give people false hope for healing without medical intervention.

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Takeover financing in Canada, when it comes to lower end of the corporate market still requires ' grown up ' finance similar to that used by the ' big boys ' .

What motivates the business owner/manager to consider business acquisitions and what challenges come from understanding how to finance fixed assets, receivables and inventory, and intangibles? Let's dig in.

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Receivables and Inventory represent operating cash flow and should be analyzed in the context of day's sales outstanding and inventory turns respectively. If these two assets are not 'turning ' properly a lot more time should be spent in analyzing why.

Ways to finance your takeover? They include various types