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Evelyn Lee

Evelyn Lee is 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
Monroe, which began investing in real estate in earnest about three years ago, plans to hire two more sector-focused professionals by the end of the year.
A core set of KPIs, selected by associations NCREIF and PREA from hundreds of metrics, is intended to address the ‘Wild Wild West’ of ESG reporting.
Retail investor private equity investment liquidity partnerships
Credit’s first triumph over opportunistic in PERE’s Q1 2022 fundraising data points to enduring changes in the market’s perception of the strategy.
Peakside Poland
While some managers have pulled back in the CEE country, others do not see the Russia-Ukraine conflict as a reason to stop investing.
The International Monetary Fund’s latest global economic outlook on the impact of the Ukraine war has worrying implications for the industry.
The team has left the Hong Kong-based firm following its merger with ARA to join ICG Real Estate, the property arm of the London-based manager.
Residential affordable housing
The US multifamily firm, which previously closed on a series of value-add funds, will raise capital solely through one investment vehicle going forward.
PGIM Real Estate
The real estate investment management arm of US insurer Prudential is aiming to double its AUM in the region in five years via four ‘pillars of growth.’
Starwood, Blackstone and Brookfield’s near sweep of sector-specific awards reflects the dominance of diversified giants over smaller sharpshooters.
Hines Laura Hines-Pierce
Most private real estate managers are not family-run. But they could stand to benefit from taking a page out of Hines’ succession plan.

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