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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.
Recently formed bank grows its Shariah-compliant real estate business on the back of the appointment.
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund and one of the most influential cornerstone investors in private equity real estate has appointed a global head to lead its real estate investing strategy. Bill Schwab has joined the wealth fund from JP Morgan.
Though there is €50 billion of equity ready to be deployed in European real estate this year, the amount has fallen by three quarters from 2007, according to Jones Lang LaSalle.
The Singapore-listed leisure resort manager and developer aims to complete fundraising for the Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos development-focused fund this quarter. It is targeting between $300m and $400m.
European private equity firm Doughty Hanson has completed its eleventh purchase for its €590 million ($801 million) Doughty Hanson & Co European Real Estate II fund.
London & Stamford, the Aim-listed property investment company founded by British market veterans Raymond Mould and Patrick Vaughan, has exchanged contracts on its first purchase since the pair floated the company more than a year ago.
ARA Asset Management, the real estate fund management company part-owned by Hong Kong entrepreneur Li Ka-shing’s Cheung Kong Holdings, is to launch three country-specific funds.
The Italian banking giant is selling and leasing back a large operating portfolio but is keeping a stake in a fund that will own the properties.
The San Francisco-based firm has expanded its investment in the US multifamily sector and in the process helped a Hawaii housing development stay affordable.
Ohio-based Legacy Capital Partners will pursue holding periods of as long as 15 years.

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