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Jamie Henderson

Jamie Henderson is an NCTJ-qualified reporter for PERE, PEI’s private equity real estate publication, where his primary focus is writing news, features, commentaries and analysis for the monthly magazine and the PERENews.com website. He also contributes to PERE’s sister title Real Estate Capital. Jamie is based in London and joined the company in March 2016. Prior to PEI, his previous roles included chief reporter and crime correspondent at newspaper publisher Newsquest.
At the time of writing, the Catalan president Carles Puigdemont’s unilateral declaration of independence had been rejected by Mariano Rajoy, Spain’s Prime Minister, who then subsequently imposed direct rule. As the Catalan crisis escalates, the potential to foster long-term uncertainty grows, with some fearing damage to the region’s real estate market just as several property […]
GRESB, the global benchmark for real assets, has launched an ESG evaluation for real estate funds and companies that are beginning to incorporate sustainability practices into their operations. The GRESB Real Estate Pre-Assessment is a standalone test for firms with new mandates that are immediately seeking strong ESG performance and those with existing real estate […]
Brisbane-based Cromwell Property Group has continued its assault on Europe with the appointment of Mark McLaughlin to lead its real estate activities in the region. McLaughlin, previously Cromwell’s head of European property and head of the Benelux region, replaced former managing director David Kirkby who moved into an executive director role. McLaughlin will report to […]
  Prologis has completed its long-term fund consolidation process after combining the last of its real estate vehicles to create a €8.2 billion platform, the company said in its third-quarter earnings results last week. The San Francisco-based global logistics specialist brought together its Prologis Targeted Europe Logistics Fund and Prologis European Properties Fund II to […]
After brokering two of the biggest office sales in Europe this year, property ‘super-agent’ James Beckham has chosen to jump ship from Cushman & Wakefield to rival CBRE.
In the aftermath of the UK’s vote to leave the EU, Germany has become Europe’s top pick for property investment. But it remains to be seen how long its advantage will last.
The deal for one of the German capital’s most recognizable properties is another example of NPS exiting a prime real estate asset when the offer is attractive enough. 
What began as a search to replace a minority owner resulted in the Los Angeles-based real estate debt fund manager being sold in its entirety.

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