The UK's tax reporting regime for offshore funds, known as UK Reporting Fund Status (UKRFS), can dramatically reduce a UK investor's tax bill. The HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), maintains a public list of registered funds, so that investors can screen out non-reporting funds before they invest. The result is that an the investor will receive a flat capital gains rate on disposal of a holding when an offshore fund has the UK reporting status. Reitway Global is pleased to announce that the Reitway Global Property Fund (MLT) which is domiciled in Malta has been approved with effect on 1 August 2021…
An international panel discussion featuring Jonathan Hughes and Tavis McCourt from Raymond James, hosted by Garreth Elston, Reitway Global. Topics discussed:  Have we seen peak global growth?  REIT recovery plays not yet fully recovered Watch full webinar 
An interesting interview with Prologis CEO. What an incredible business and story. Click here to watch the interview
The GPR 250 REIT World Index delivered a 10.4% total return in USD during Q2-21, modestly outpacing equities (MSCI World Index +7.9%) and substantially ahead of global bonds (JP Morgan Bond Index +0.9%). The rally has pushed the REIT sector’s year-to-date USD total return to a solid 18.43%.
Reitway Global (Pty) Ltd, in collaboration with Absa Corporate and Investment Bank, a division of Absa Bank Limited, announced the listing of the NewFunds Reitway Global Property ETF on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange on May 26th 2021. In this video we take you through the Index, the Objectives and the Fund summary, with our partners at Global Property Research and Absa Corporate and Investment Bank. Watch video here 
26 May 2021 Reitway Global (Pty) Ltd, in collaboration with Absa Corporate and Investment Banking, via its approved manager of the NewFunds Collective Investments Scheme, are pleased to announce the listing of the NewFunds Reitway Global Property ETF on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange today. The Investment Objective The primary objective of the ETF is to track a rule driven, market liquidity-based index, which aims to outperform traditional market cap weighted comparatives. The ETF is designed to give investors exposure to listed global property stocks selected according to the reference index. This will be achieved by replicating and tracking the Reitway…
The Manager has elected to extend the Ramp-Up Period by two days to allow for the purchase of all underlying securities.
Global real estate, as measured by the GPR 250 REIT World Index, had a solid start to the year. The index gained 7.28% in US dollar terms during the first quarter of 2021.  For the quarter, listed property outperformed equities1 (7.6% vs 6.3%) as well as bonds2 (7.6% vs -3.4%). Our portfolio gained 5.13% in USD during the quarter.