IPF set up The Property Derivatives Interest Group (PDIG) in 2004 to support the development of a deep and liquid national and international market in property derivatives.
PDIG organises four breakfast events each year at which the quarterly derivative trading volumes are announced by IPD. For more information on the next PDIG breakfast, please click here.
New RBS report on trading property derivatives via Futures
The RBS trading desk have published a report detailing the Exchange Traded Property Futures Market, the first report of its kind on this subject.
RBS consider that there are distinct advantages for someclients trading property derivatives via Futures,
Press here to download the report
New PDIG Structure.....take a look
Review the report launch presentations .....
"Trading Property Derivatives" - NEW RELEASE
The Trading Property Derivatives handbook picks up where Getting into Property Derivatives left off. The earlier publication sought to tackle some of the hurdles encountered by many property investors wanting to participate in the property derivatives market. This new handbook takes the reader one step further and aims to provide more practical tips and advice on how to tackle the issues involved in getting an organisation to the stage where it can trade derivatives routinely.
"Getting into Property Derivatives" - Report UPDATED
Perspectives on Property Derivatives Pricing
What's going on with sector derivatives
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Indicative Pricing - Commercial Property
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Eurex Launches Europe's first Property Futures Exchange
The international derivatives exchange Eurex launched Europe’s first property futures on 9 February 2009. The futures are annual contracts based on the total returns of Investment Property Databank’s IPD® UK Annual All Property Index for individual calendar years.
View the Launch presentations from 27th January 2009 here
Important Seminar - Why aren't you using property derivatives yet?
The investment case for property derivatives has been well made over recent years by their proponents in banks, brokerage houses and property investment firms alike. Despite this, the take up in their use by property ’end users’ has been slower and more limited than expected.
This morning seminar explored the reasons for this in a live debate of the issues chaired by Nick Scarles (Chairman of the IPF's PDIG and Grosvenor Finance Director).
To view the presentation delivered - click here full details
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