European Commercial Real Estate Data Alliance

Benefit European commercial real estate (CRE) investment and finance markets by improving access to and understanding of available CRE data to facilitate higher quality applied research and more frequent interaction between investors, data providers and academics, who plan to work together to achieve data parity for CRE with other major asset classes, like stocks and bonds."

About E-CREDA

The main objectives of E-CREDA:


1) E-CREDA facilitates data vendors and partners to develop their data products and services by allowing investors and managers' subscriptions to be shared with academic partners for specific applied research projects of practical use to investors and managers.


2) E-CREDA increases the practical relevance of academic collaboration by improving data access to a broader range of legacy and emerging data sources to answer specific practical problems facing investors and managers.


3) E-CREDA promotes innovation in applied research by investors and managers by allowing them to mobilise all the available data and scientific approach to use them in addressing specific market and strategic issues.

E-CREDA EVENTS

At ECREDA we organize regular webinars, seminars and events to create a platform to discuss and connect on the latest applied research, data and methodologies.





Please visit our events page to see our upcoming events.

The E-CREDA Board

     Hans Vrensen - Chair          

        (AEW Europe)           



Kasia Dziewulska 

(CBRE)



Jamie Stark

(Moody's)



Martin Hoesli

(University of Geneva)



Cecile Blanchard

(BPCE)

Marc Francke - Secretary         

(University of Amsterdam)           



Willem Vlaming

(Real Capital Analytics)



Michelle Schafer

(Credit Suisse)



Marcelo Cajias

(Patrizia)



Special advisor:


Jacob Sagi

(UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School)

Dennis Schoenmaker - Treasurer          

(CBRE)           



Jo Bronckers

(FIBREE)



Sven Bienert

(IREBS Regensburg)



Kevin Beaubrun-Diant

(Dauphine University)



Special advisor:


Jens Mehrhoff

(IMF)