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Jonathan Brasse

Jonathan Brasse is the Senior Editor, Real Estate for PEI Media’s real estate publications. He oversees the editorial output and leads the reporting team behind the sector-leading private real estate publication PERE as well as Real Estate Capital, the group’s real estate credit markets publication. Jonathan joined PEI in 2009 from UK commercial property magazine Property Week where he oversaw international news and analysis coverage.

Arch’s independence day

The Hong Kong-based private equity real estate firm has undergone an MBO as it readies its fourth opportunity fund.

Office of the future

Out with cubicles, in with lockers. The changing requirements of office occupiers gave the 300-strong private real estate sector sampling at this week’s PERE America Summit plenty of food for thought.

PERE Global Awards: time to roll out the red carpet

It’s that time of the year again, when the spotlight falls upon the titans of the global private real estate market as we introduce the 12th PERE Global Awards.

ADIA calls on its deputies

As its investment activities slow, the real estate and infrastructure department of sovereign wealth fund ADIA is taking the opportunity to address some key personnel situations. 

Apollo’s Trophy Property work rewarded with re-ups

The turnaround carried out by the New York private equity giant’s Asia real estate team on a Chinese property fund has been vindicated with a trio of re-ups.

Is the QIA MIA?

The diplomatic assault on Qatar by its Gulf neighbors has left executives in the private real estate market wondering what it means for the country’s sovereign wealth fund.

Oppo funds must control the basis on entry

The risk of overpaying for core property must not be replaced with overpaying for core-plus dressed up as value-add or opportunistic.

Patrizia plots Japanese REIM within 8 months – Exclusive

Following its administrative tie-up with Tokyo-based Kenzo Capital Corporation in August, the German manager is eyeing the establishment of its own management operation in Tokyo in early 2018.

PAG extends and hits SCREP VI hard-cap – Exclusive

The real estate business of the Hong Kong-based alternative investments firm pushed the hard-cap for its seventh opportunistic fund out to $1.9bn from $1.7bn following investor demand.

Partners holds €1.2bn first closing, eyes hard-cap – Exclusive

The Zug-based private markets investment firm is plotting a final closing around the end of the year, approximately the same time as its nearest rival.