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Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2010, Oxford Properties Group is one of North America's largest commercial real estate investment, development and management firms. Oxford oversees and manages approximately $18 billion of real estate for itself and on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners including headquarter buildings and development projects such as the Royal Bank Plaza in Toronto, the West Side Yards in New York, Watermark Place in London and Centennial Place in Calgary. Oxford's investments include office, retail, hotel, industrial and multi-family residential properties.
UBS Global Asset Management is a large scale asset manager with well diversified businesses across regions, capabilities and distribution channels. It offers investment capabilities and investment styles across all major traditional and alternative asset classes. These include equity, fixed income, currency, hedge fund, real estate and infrastructure investment capabilities that can also be combined in multi-asset strategies.
Invested assets totalled some CHF 569 billion (EUR 432 billion, GBP 354 billion, USD 528 billion) at 30 June 2010. The firm is a leading fund house in Europe, the largest mutual fund manager in Switzerland and one of the largest global fund of hedge funds managers.
With around 3,500 employees, located in 25 countries, we are a truly global firm. Our main offices are in London, Chicago, Frankfurt, Hartford, Hong Kong, New York, Paris, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto and Zurich.
UBS Global Asset Management's Global Real Estate actively manages real estate investments, worth approximately CHF 58 billion (EUR 44 billion, GBP 36 billion, USD 54 billion), in Asia, Europe and the US and across the major real estate sectors. Its capabilities emphasize core and value-added, but also include other strategies across the risk/return spectrum. These are offered on a global, regional and country basis and through open and closed-end private funds, customized investment structures, funds of funds, individually managed accounts and publicly traded real estate securities globally.
 Source: Lipper FundFlows Insight Report (as at 30 June 2010)