Entering and Judging

The IPE Real Estate Global Awards seek to reward excellence and innovation in institutional real estate investment, thereby creating a meaningful annual benchmark that allows institutional real estate investors to measure their real estate portfolios against their peers at national, regional and global levels as well as against institutions of a similar size, remit and resource.
The typical review period covers 12-18 months but we do recognise that real estate developments often take longer to show results and we would actively therefore encourage entrants to prepare submissions based on longer term projects so long as they can give an updated account in any given year they enter.

The IPE Real Estate Global Awards 2017 are now closed. This year we attracted a record 188 entries across all categories.
From 16 countries, the total market value of the institutional investors that took part was more than €1.75 trillion,
while collectively their real estate and real assets under management exceeded €201.5 billion. 
For further information or guidance or discuss entering in 2018,
please contact Robert Watson on +44 (0)20 3465 9327 or at robert.watson@ipe.com

Why enter

With more than 20 categories covering regions and investment activities, the IPE Real Estate Global Awards provide an opportunity to recognise the hard work, innovation, commitment and strategy behind your real estate investments.

The Awards provide a unique opportunity to benchmark your organisation's real estate portfolios' performance.

Over the past 11 years the event has grown to become the premier event of its class.

Who can enter

  • Pension funds
  • Group retirement savings plans
  • Life insurance companies
  • Insurance groups that run property portfolios on behalf of and for their group only
  • Charities
  • Foundations
  • Sovereign wealth funds
  • Family offices
  • Pensions or institutionally-owned asset management companies that invest on behalf of and exclusively for their stakeholders with no third party interests