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Evelyn Lee is the News Editor for PEI Media’s real estate-focused publication, PERE, overseeing global news coverage for both PERE Magazine and PERENews.com. Based in New York, she works closely with reporters and editors across PEI’s offices in New York, London and Hong Kong, and helps to co-ordinate shared content with PEI’s other private markets titles. Prior to joining PEI in 2011 she covered commercial real estate, economic development and environmental issues at NJBIZ, a New Jersey-focused business publication
With its push for greater data transparency, VTS has been changing the market and winning the backing of the industry’s top managers and investors.
The newly-rebranded UK real estate investment manager is raising and deploying its largest value-add fund to date and has also relaunched its core product.
As the region's markets have become less correlated, the fundraising environment now varies by geography and sector, says Lazard's James Jacobs.
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Female professionals in private real estate often fail to adopt one key practice that can help them advance to the senior level, says one executive.
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The Swiss bank has unveiled new incentives for existing investors as the exit queue for its UBS Trumbull Property Fund approaches $6bn.
Patrizia residential
The Augsburg-based manager’s new offering is the latest in a string of open-ended core pan-European residential funds that have launched in the past two years.
Europe
After closing on its US and Asia property vehicles this year, the New York-based alternative investment manager is now more than halfway to reaching the target for its latest regional fund.
Logistics
Industrial real estate has been one of the darlings of institutional capital, but one recent tenant-related trend has potentially worrisome implications for the sector.
fundraising downturn
Many firms are seeking ways to secure dry powder in the event of an economic slowdown, but these tactics do not always benefit investors.
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