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Arshiya Khullar

Arshiya Khullar
Arshiya Khullar is a senior Asia reporter for PERE. Based in Hong Kong, Arshiya covers news and trends in the private real estate markets across Asia-Pacific. In 2016, Arshiya was awarded the prestigious State Street Institutional Press Award for the best newcomer financial journalist in the region for an investigative story on how Anbang Insurance's failed pursuit of Starwood Hotels & Resorts worsened the reputation of the whole Chinese investor community in the global marketplace. In the past, Arshiya's bylines have also appeared on CNN.com, Quartz, Eurogamer, Lloyd's List and StartupsHK.
The amount raised for Asia Property Fund V so far is the same that the firm raised for the entirety of its predecessor fund.
The Beijing-based investment manager’s exposure to the alternative sector is now in excess of $1.5 billion in net asset value following this latest deal.
Wes Fuller, executive managing director of investment management at Greystar Real Estate Partners believes urbanization will be one of the biggest drivers behind an increase in niche residential investments in Asia next year.
The firm has appointed former Westbrook Japan senior executive Akira Kosugi to lead its investments in the country.
Investors should pay attention to how GPs capitalize their own investment in a fund because it raises questions about their real ‘skin in the game’.
High-profile real estate acquisitions by sovereign wealth funds slowed in 2019 as the institutions focused more on disposals.
Defensive investing in the current low interest rate environment was among the central themes at PERE’s annual two-day gathering of real estate professionals in New York this week.
Franklin Real Asset Advisors is closing its Singapore office, resulting in the departure of its APAC managing director, among other staff.
Malaysia’s Employees Provident Fund and Townsend are among the investors in KaiLong’s second China real estate vehicle.
The country’s government-linked companies are making a push towards better management and transparency. EPF’s decision to hire Savills to look after its domestic portfolio is one step in that direction.
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