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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.
A trio of PERE Asia panelists discuss private real estate safer asset types as well as its falling knives, agreeing that stock picking will be important.
The seventh in the value-add, pan-European fund series, inherited in the manager’s 2017 purchase of peer Rockspring Property Investment Managers, has attracted €750m, 50% more than originally targeted.
The man behind some of the New York-based giant’s highest-profile property deals in Europe is calling time on his 25-year career at the firm.
Swifter government action and tighter living conditions are making the property sector in the region more resilient for institutional investors than its western counterparts at present.
The chief executive officer of LCI Investment and former global real estate head of sovereign wealth fund Abu Dhabi Investment Authority describes a property lending market in need of significant rebasing.
The constituents of the PERE 100 have enjoyed exponential growth in their fundraising, even as placing capital became harder. The pandemic should relieve that pressure.
The participants of PERE Asia’s opening panel discuss working in economies starting to reopen while still contending with the impacts of the coronavirus crisis.
A €600m haul just completed for its open-ended Curzon Capital Partners 5 supplements approximately €1.1bn left from its EPISO 5 opportunistic vehicle.
The Augsburg-based manager’s leadership change is expected to put asset classes including private equity and infrastructure on the menu for its investors.
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The Hong Kong-based private equity firm raised the capital from a mix of fund and new investors.
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