Economic scenarios global / European real estate markets. GDP growth and inflation forecasts as the basis for the investment process.

Business cycle analysis

The global economic scenarios form the basis of all investment decisions of Swiss Life Asset Managers. They include forecasts for economic growth, monetary policy and inflation. Political and ESG aspects are also included in the analysis for the assessment of country risks. Together with the investment specialists, the Economic Research team makes assumptions about financial market and monetary policy developments. It also issues publications and maintains a regular exchange of information with customers and the media.

Analysis of real estate markets 

Swiss Life Asset Managers carries out real estate research at its Zurich, Paris, Frankfurt and London locations. Here we analyse the real estate markets of 19 European countries on the basis of macroeconomic, demographic and thematic aspects.

An analysis of the real estate markets forms the basis on which we manage Swiss Life's proprietary assets. Our experts also consult it when managing our investment solutions for third-party clients in the real estate realm. We make the results of the real estate market analyses available to our clients in the publications "Real Estate House View", "Insights" and "Exposé."

Market trends analysis

Swiss Life Asset Managers seeks to address new customer needs as early as possible. That's why our Market Intelligence experts research trends in global asset management. We pay particular attention to regulatory changes in the financial markets. Our goal is to act as a think tank and help shape the future of asset management and offer innovative solutions to institutional and private investors.

Excellent economic analysis 

Economic Research at Swiss Life Asset Managers has received various awards for the best economic forecasts from the renowned London-based Consensus Economics. To date, we have received this award for Switzerland (2015, 2017, 2019, 2020, 2022, 2023) and the Eurozone (2019).


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