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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.
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The Stockholm-based private equity firm’s hard-cap hitting €1bn vehicle is to be aimed at logistics and rental residential investments with fewer office outlays anticipated.
The founder of London-based private equity real estate firm Patron Capital warned against long-dated business plans for any real estate not classified as ‘super core’ at the virtual annual INREV conference yesterday.
The London-based private equity real estate firm’s purchase of Lagoas Park in Lisbon now expands the vehicle's assets to €1bn.
One of the founders of London-based private equity real estate firm Benson Elliot shares with PERE choice anecdotes of his co-founder and close friend, just weeks after she lost her fight with cancer.
Whether you condone a carrot or stick approach, implementing a rigid recruitment policy makes sense for a sector still sorely lacking in diversity.
Private real estate veteran Sonny Kalsi is pushing aggressive recruiting policies at BentallGreenOak before the momentum fades from this summer’s protests against racial injustice. Measures include a 66.7% minorities and women minimum recruitment target and financial penalties for missing it.
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.

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