Bentall Kennedy has been advising Canadian institutional investors on their Canadian real estate investments since 1982. We provide fully integrated real estate investment advisory and property management services to our clients.
We believe that real estate is an essential part of the institutional asset mix. Our portfolio management professionals design investment strategies to meet the goals of our clients, providing access to Canadian markets through our deep knowledge and relationships. With our fully integrated model, we can provide best in class asset management, property management and development services. Bentall Kennedy is a Canadian leader in sustainable real estate investment, delivering strong, long term results for our investors while directly contributing to the economic ascension of communities across the country.
Our experience extends across an array of asset classes including office, industrial, retail and multi-family residential. We manage one of Canada's largest open end core funds, and provide more specialized service through separate account mandates to investors looking to acquire properties directly. In addition, we offer other investment vehicles focused on debt strategies and value-add strategies.
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Total Assets Under Management as at June 30th, 2018: $21.9 billion (CAD)
*The Bentall Kennedy Group includes Bentall Kennedy (Canada) Limited Partnership, Bentall Kennedy (U.S.) Limited Partnership and the commercial mortgage investment groups of certain of their affiliates, all of which comprise a team of real estate professionals spanning multiple legal entities. The assets under management shown above include real estate equity and mortgage investments of the companies in the Bentall Kennedy Group.
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