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Poster children of the crisis

The global financial crisis hit property markets the world over, but some transactions weighed on events – or were shaped by them – more than most. PERE picks 10 that had the biggest impact.

10 years since Lehman: The other side of the recovery

The return of private real estate fundraising for closed-end vehicles following the global financial crisis has already peaked, according to PERE research, with annual capital-raising aggregates and the number of funds raised on the decline since 2015.

10 years since Lehman: Poster children of the crisis

The global financial crisis hit property markets the world over, but some transactions weighed on events – or were shaped by them – more than most. PERE picks 10 that had the biggest impact.

Blackstone mega-fund draws more J-curve scrutiny

BREP IX is again expected to beat fundraising records, but some still question the firm’s ability to deploy at such scale.

DOWNLOAD: Life after Lehman

The impact of the global financial crisis for the real estate sector was first shocking, then painful and, finally, educational.

REC view: Proptech is relevant to real estate debt too

Innovation in the real estate industry should give lenders pause for thought, argues Daniel Cunningham, editor of PERE's real estate debt focused sister publication, Real Estate Capital. 

Kavanagh joins TH Real Estate’s APAC expansion – Exclusive

Louise Kavanagh has been appointed as managing director for funds management at TH Real Estate, PERE has learned. Kavanagh, who departed Invesco Real Estate last month PERE reported, will officially begin her role next month and will be based in Hong Kong. She will report to Chris Reilly, the Asia-Pacific managing director who is leading […]

Germany roundtable: Handling the heat

Germany remains hugely popular with investors, but for managers the problem of how to maximize returns in a crowded market looms large, hears Stuart Watson in this month's roundtable.

Back to funds, but with discretion

Korea is seeing a comeback of discretionary core funds, backed by international and domestic institutions, in a departure from deal-by-deal and club funds investing. By Kyung W Paik, head of funds management and managing director, at IGIS Asset Management

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