The 2021 edition of the FII Summit began on Tuesday (13), an event promoted by EQI Investimentos to broaden Brazilians' view on Real Estate Investment Funds, or, popularly called, FIIs.
The first of the three scheduled days of lectures featured reference names from the country's financial market, debating "Perspectives: Investment in FIIs in the post-pandemic scenario".
Ettore Marchetti, responsible for the fixed income and multimarket sector at EQI Asset, The panel had Juliano Custodio, CEO of EQI, Giancarlo Nicastro, CEO of SiiLA Brasil and Michel Wurman, a partner and responsible for BTG Pactual investment area.
One of the panellists, Giancarlo Nicastro, explained to the FII Summit viewers the main differences between the sectors that involve Real Estate Investment Funds.
According to Nicastro, each of them is different and was affected differently during the new coronavirus crisis.
According to him, the positive highlight is a relatively new segment, called Condominiums Logistics or, for the more layperson, the famous warehouses, today in the hands of large e-commerce companies.
"The vacancy rate has been dropping quarter after quarter and currently stands at 10%. If you go to the Greater ABC, there is availability. In Cajamar, vacancy is only 5%. Companies in the logistic space are living their moment because of the euphoria in the logistics market. E-commerce is a major driver. Spec buildings are being leased before they are even ready. Prices are being driven by demand", he explained.
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