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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 rapid spread of coronavirus has thrown a spotlight on the country’s growing need for healthcare facilities, a sector of the local real estate market that remains undercapitalized.
Two founding investors are planning to offload over 40 percent of shares in the Shanghai-based mixed-use developer and operator.
The full extent of the outbreak in China is yet to be seen, but the short-term impact has already manifested itself in Asia’s private real estate markets
The group acquired the portfolio for around ¥200 billion in 2014 before selling it to Anbang for ¥260 billion in 2017.
The shopping center owned by Mapletree reopens its doors two months after suffering extensive damage and operational disruption.
Hong-Kong-Protests
Ongoing protests mean more for the private real estate market than broken windows
Seoul
The investor is moving up the risk curve to meet return expectations in the domestic real estate market.
Since 2018, Fund VI has deployed 40 percent of its capital over 14 investments across both traditional and alternative asset classes.
The investor believes the demand for data storage will increase exponentially with the advances in sectors like artificial intelligence and 5G.
The capital advisory firm is adding to an Asia business that started in the region in the private equity sector six years ago.
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