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Christie Ou is the Asia-Pacific reporter for PERE covering the private equity real estate markets in the region. Prior to joining PERE, she covered Asia’s business market for Bloomberg Business Week Chinese and the credit market for UK-based Private Debt Investor. She is a native speaker of Cantonese and Mandarin, with solid command of writing and speaking in English. Christie holds her bachelor degree at London School of Economics and a master degree in journalism at the University of Hong Kong.
The fund has received a €30m commitment from Willis Towers Watson’s secure income fund and intends to deploy €800m in the next five years.
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The outcome of Blackstone Group’s bid for listed Japanese hotel operator Unizo Holdings has larger implications for foreign hostile takeovers in Japan. It could signal that Japan is finally changing its attitude toward public deals by international funds or that the country remains resistant to foreign ownership of its listed companies. Last week, the US […]
For investors looking to invest outside of home markets, the introduction of more comprehensive performance indices could make that prospect more appealing, writes Christie Ou.
Major transactions have helped push Allianz, AXA and Swiss Life to the top 10 of PERE’s GI 50
Three investment executives from the country’s Government Pension Investment Fund have joined the life insurance company in recent months, prompting the insurer to increase its allocation from 3 to 10 percent.
JLL Japan
Japanese investors told delegates at the annual PERE conference that they were focused on diversifying their property portfolios in the face of an expected correction.
The previous fund in the investment manager's Asia value-add series, along with its co-investment vehicles, corralled $1bn in 2017.
The majority of the retail funds terminating before 2019 have failed to liquidate due to the poor performance of the retail sector, an INREV survey has found.
The onshore yuan logistics vehicle has commitments from domestic and international institutional investors.
The Swedish pension fund is open to pursuing co-investments and club deals as it expands its exposure in Asia-Pacific.
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