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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.

EXPO Real: Private real estate plows on with no downturn in sight

With a consensus opinion of further growth, this year’s EXPO Real conference in Munich shone a spotlight on a market benefiting from higher levels of investment, new entrants and more innovation. Here are PERE's top 10 takeaways

Tokio Marine to double its European manager count by the end of 2019 –...

Shinji Kawano, head of overseas investment at the insurance giant’s real estate investment arm, says it plans on committing capital to about 10 more managers by the end of next year.

Allianz Real Estate poised to raise external capital for the first time – Exclusive

Europe’s biggest private real estate institutional investor plans to raise third-party capital from the second half of next year for a credit-focused vehicle.

South Korea’s investors mull emerging opportunity in the North

Infrastructure-related property will be the first sector for investment in the country, say institutions from its southerly neighbor.

Partners places its latest real estate money on mature bets

The latest secondaries capital raising by the Zug-based firm further demonstrates increasing appetite for buying properties from tail-end funds.

Lehman was painful for some but made champions out of others

PERE talks to the winners and losers ten years on from property’s ‘day of reckoning’

The View: ‘Troubling questions from the end of QE’

In a two-minute video PERE senior editor Jonathan Brasse underscores the importance of the removal of fiscal stimulus for private real estate capital markets, as explored by senior reporter Meghan Morris in ‘The end of easy money’ this month.

Investor loyalty to European retail real estate is about to be tested

A sector-wide dump of property is scheduled between now and 2020. The period will be a litmus test for the asset class.

Luck, judgment and money: who made the most of the recovery

A handful of organizations found they were unencumbered by their pre-crisis dealings, able to recognize bottoming conditions and could access the capital to get investing again. They became the post-crisis winners.

Luck, judgment and money: who made the most of the recovery

A handful of organizations found they were unencumbered by their pre-crisis dealings, able to recognize bottoming conditions and could access the capital to get investing again. They became the post-crisis winners.

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