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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.
Dynamic ideas around investment vehicles and technology, as well as the challenges brought about by covid, dominated PERE’s most-read stories of 2021.
Performance and demand for the digital real estate type are materializing into mega-deals, despite lingering ESG concerns.
Korea’s National Pension Service has appointed its real estate platform’s head of North America as acting global head following predecessor Scott Kim’s recommendation.
The Europe-focused logistics manager, known for partnering Blackstone, is aiming to diversify its capital base by offering to institutional investors funds, starting with a Netherlands-focused core/core-plus vehicle.
Logistics warehouse
Two deals with EQT-Exeter valued at more than $10bn would see the sovereign wealth fund rebuild its exposure to real estate’s most prized asset class.
A warning by Aberdeen Standard Investment’s real assets boss Neil Slater was among the headline statements made by private real estate executives on a commercial real estate panel at the two-week climate change conference in Glasgow.
With COP26 in full swing, the newly launched 2021 PERE Global Awards will include ESG categories for the first time, recognizing groups doing their part to fight climate change.
Rob Rackind
After assisting EQT with its $1.8bn acquisition of Exeter Property Group this year, the executive plans to pursue other opportunities.
Scott Kim
The head of the Korean state pension’s real estate team is leaving after six years in the role and has made a recommendation for his successor.
The Toronto-headquartered firm has followed its US entry earlier this year with the launch of a European partnership with the New Zealand Superannuation Fund expected to start with a €427m recapitalization deal.

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