Memberships

Deutsche Investment has built up an extensive network in the real estate industry to keep an eye on current market developments, political conditions or regulatory changes. As members, we support the following associations in representing the interests of the real estate industry to politicians and the public.

 

BVI is a German fund associationrepresents the interests of the German fund industry vis-à-vis politicians, supervisory authorities and international institutions. The Rules of Conduct, formulated by the BVI define the standard for the responsible handling of capital and the rights of investors.

INREV is the European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicles. The association pursues the goal to improve transparency, professionalism and best practices across the sector, making the asset class more accessible and attractive to investors.

German Council of Shopping Places e.V. (GCSP) is the only nationwide association of the retail real estate industry. With its Code of Conduct, the GCSP has written the first guide for the retail and retail real estate industry, which calls on landlords and tenants to treat each other fairly and in a spirit of partnership and which Deutsche Investment is happy to join.

gif Gesellschaft für immobilienwirtschaftliche Forschung is an interdisciplinary research association that aims to bring together theory and practice and contributes to the clarification of important real estate industry issues and to improving market transparency.

ECORE (ESG Circle of Real Estate) is an initiative of around 40 well-known real estate portfolio holders. The aim is to develop and establish a robust and marketable ESG scoring model to measure the sustainability performance of real estate and portfolios.

EHI Retail Institute is a scientific institute of the retail industry and has around 800 members from the retail, consumer and capital goods industries.

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