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The Singapore-based logistics fund manager has effectively closed its China fund on $280 million with an additional commitment from PGGM.
In its first fundraising following its acquisition by Chinese conglomerate Fosun, the boutique Japanese firm has raised capital from two European investors for its second vehicle.
The US-based logistics developer has completed the third tranche of fundraising for its China JV, just eight months after the second tranche.
The private equity arm of Standard Chartered, a Chinese institution and an Asian family office have purchased a 28 percent stake in a Chongqing project.
The Canadian public sector pension has made one of its most significant forays into the New Zealand property market in a deal with AMP Capital.
The Hong Kong-based firm moved its hard cap to accommodate investor demand after 18 months in the market.
One of China’s largest developers is sounding out international investors about raising funds for its real estate projects as it adopts an “asset light” business model.
Just a year after launching, the Singapore-based firm has exceeded its final target for both funds upon the first closing.
Following a particularly acquisitive period, GIC has also taken advantage of the outbound appetite of Chinese developers to make a divestment.
The private equity real estate firm majority-owned by Chinese conglomerate Fosun International has however warned fundraising will be slower this year as a reflection of Chinese real estate regulations and controls.

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