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Christie Ou

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.

Swedish pension AP2 to double Asia-Pacific real estate allocation – Exclusive

The Swedish pension fund is open to pursuing co-investments and club deals as it expands its exposure in Asia-Pacific.

Does AEW’s Asia core fund defection matter?

Whether the Boston-headquartered manager should fret over losing Gillian Chee, the manager of its incoming Asia core fund, is debatable.

Angelo Gordon raises $1.3bn for its biggest ever Asia RE fund – Exclusive

The New York-based real estate firm has exceeded the original target for its latest opportunistic real estate fund by $300m.

AEW loses manager amid Asia fund launch – Exclusive

Gillian Chee was only brought on board in May to help launch the firm’s first  open-ended core fund in Asia.

Global IRR Index in the works says ANREV

INREV, ANREV and NCREIF are planning to introduce a new IRR index amid a growing demand for data transparency.

Australia defies regionwide property slump

Australia recorded $8.4bn worth of property transaction volumes in Q2 2019 amid an overall slowdown across Asia-Pacific, according to data published by Real Capital Analytics.
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PAG back to market with $2bn Asia opportunistic fund – Exclusive

The manager is understood to have launched Secured Capital Real Estate Partners VII two months ago.

How Gaw Capital is expanding its private equity exposure

The Hong Kong-based real estate investment firm started investing in real estate-related operating companies from its own balance sheet two years ago.

AustralianSuper grows logistic exposure with New Zealand debut

The $150bn superannuation fund has made its first real estate investment in New Zealand, driven by plans to grow its global logistic exposure.

Is the Chinese senior living proposition ready for foreign money?

International capital is placing its first bets on China's senior living sector in the hope the Chinese will switch cultural and regulatory tack and consider placing their elderly in care homes.
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