Property derivatives growing, but pricing still difficult

The UK property derivatives market has crossed the £1 billion ($1.88 billion) notional mark, but pricing information shows that the market is still far from efficient, according to the London-based property think-tank, Investment Property Forum (IPF).

Presenting at the first quarterly IPF breakfast meeting this morning, Ian Cullen, the forum's head of systems and information standards, reported that the UK property derivatives market had reached a total accumulated notional value of £1.95

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