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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.
More than 18 months into the coronavirus crisis, institutional office owners continue to grapple with volatile cashflows amid an uncertain future for the sector. Yet many remain optimistic about a recovery.
Offices Exeter EQT
The firm’s rapid $9bn-plus first close haul for BSREP IV is a vote of confidence in Brookfield’s loyalty to the troubled sectors.
The New York-based firm nearly tripled its real estate AUM in one year after securing commitments to Europe and Americas funds.
2021 has seen notably more M&As involving complete acquisitions compared with partial stakes. That trend will accelerate as the post-pandemic market bifurcation continues.
The firm has invested $150m, which is higher than its previous GP co-invests, in Invesco Real Estate US Fund VI.
The abundance of primary fund capital, delayed business plans and the uncertainty around offices and hospitality will spur more secondaries opportunities.
The long-standing partners’ latest partnership targets a sector that has quickly become a high-conviction investment choice for investors.
So-called ‘beds for rent’ sectors in the UK are becoming a preferred allocation choice for investors over offices and retail, according to findings published by Investec.
The $65.9bn AUM manager will kick-start its investments in the asset class with the secondaries space as initial area of focus.
Extended Stay
Extended Stay America’s privatization was the sector’s biggest M&A event but rising valuations and market recovery could limit further opportunistic buying.
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