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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.
Hong Kong Colliers
The Connecticut-based manager signaled its intent to make corporate outlays in Asia’s private real estate market this week. But well-performing sellers will likely trade at a premium.
Hong Kong Colliers
The MassMutual subsidiary has expanded the remit of Europe CEO Charles Weeks to spearhead its expansion in the East and identified M&A is a viable route.
Nick Weber’s first-time fund manager has been propelled by its $2.7bn a year run-rate at a time of deployment worries.
Goldman Sachs has had a roller-coaster ride with private equity real estate since punching lucrative returns through its Whitehall Street funds. More than a decade later, the bank is going back to fundraising.
The final close, fueled by topping-up investors, means Nick Weber’s private equity real estate business has now raised the biggest first-time fund in the region.
Speakers at PERE’s Europe Summit focused on how investors and lenders will benefit most from providing the sorts of real estate their tenants really want.
The investment bank is plotting a return to the world of private equity real estate fundraising as it merges businesses under its merchant banking arm.
 Beyond the top managers raising record equity, other takeaways include the greater investing power, the relevance of non-North American managers and the distance Blackstone is gaining on the chasing pack.  
The world’s number one publication for institutional real estate markets, has just had a comprehensive makeover, and we think you are going to love the results.
In buying Oaktree and capturing its credit business, Brookfield now has capital to serve its clients at all times, its chief executive Bruce Flatt says.
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