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Bart Gysens

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Morgan Stanley & Co.

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Morgan Stanley & Co.

1585 Broadway

New York City, New York,10036

United States

Company Description

Morgan Stanley Investment Management, together with its investment advisory affiliates, has more than 590 investment professionals around the world and $406 billion in assets under management or supervision as of June 30, 2016. Morgan Stanley Investment Manage...more

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Contacts - British Land

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Bart Gysens
020 7513 8000


Equity Analysts | Land Securities

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Bart Gysens


The Housing Bubble Blog » People Have Been Paying Tomorrow's Prices

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If potential property buyers lose confidence in their ability to charge more for vacant space when it becomes available, prices will drop sharply, especially given the new supply of offices under construction, Bart Gysens, an analyst at the bank, wrote in a note to clients.'
"Our key concern for London offices remains reduced demand at a time when supply increases, which we think should lead to lower rents and ultimately lower capital values," Gysens wrote. "We increasingly worry" whether buyers will keep valuing buildings on the basis that vacant space will automatically command higher rent, he wrote.'


London Insight 2016

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"Not all the risk indicators are on red," Morgan Stanley property analyst Bart Gysens said at the event.
"Yes, this year will be less good than 2015, but it won't be as bad as is currently priced into stocks." Reasons to be less gloomy include bank lending that is "far removed" from the levels of previous peaks in the property cycle, "very comfortable" spreads between property and benchmark bond yields, and pockets of rental growth, particularly in London, he said. INSIGHT1.PNG The comments from the Morgan Stanley analyst challenged the view of some in the UK property industry who say that market is close to, or at, the peak of the cycle. Among the most commonly cited reasons for their view are the "red flags" of record low property yields, sky-high transaction volumes, increased M&A activity and equity market issuance, plus high levels of interest in real estate from generalist investors. Other areas of concern include the uncertainty over the outcome of a referendum on the UK's future in the European Union, a weaker London housing market and the slide in the stock market, Gysens noted. Marcus Phayre-Mudge, a real estate equities fund manager at BMO Global Asset Management, moderated the discussion by a panel composed of three executives of listed property companies and Gysens.


Looking ahead

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Bart Gysens is a Managing Director in charge of Morgan Stanley's pan-European property research team, which is currently number one ranked in the Institutional Investor survey.
Gysens is also number one ranked individually by the Extel survey. Bart Gysens is a Managing Director in charge of Morgan Stanley's pan-European property research team.


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