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Thomas Duffell is the Asia Editor for PEI Media. Based in PEI’s Hong Kong office, he is responsible for the cohort of Hong Kong-based reporters and Research & Analytics personnel as the company’s senior editorial representative in the region. He was previously Features Editor for PEI’s private equity real estate title PERE, where he was responsible for the publication's long-form journalism and analysis.
LOGOS Group, the pan-Asia logistics specialist, has garnered more than $1.6 billion in capital in the past weeks, with $800 million available for deployment in the firm’s debut India venture. Backed by Canadian giants Ivanhoe Cambridge and QuadReal Property Group, LOGOS India, a partnership between LOGOS Group and Indian real estate company Assetz Property Group, […]
The Dutch investor has acquired a 25% stake in Lendlease’s Retirement Living business which is valued at around A$450m.
China enters a major political leadership transition this month at the country’s 19th National Congress. Private real estate executives will be monitoring proceedings for indications relating to three areas.
A rare Australian deal allows two groups to reposition portfolios without the problems that reinvesting the proceeds from an exit can cause
A rare Australian deal allows two groups to reposition portfolios without the problems that reinvesting the proceeds from an exit can cause
Multi-managers are poised to be the initial beneficiaries of Japanese investors’ gradual return to international property.
Singapore’s SWF has taken a 51% stake in the $901m Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel as Japan’s hotel sector gains attention from investors attracted to positive bottom-up fundamentals.
The US endowment which has invested $75m in Blackstone’s latest Asia fund said the firm is able to seize on opportunities others cannot access due to its scale in the region.
Although billion dollar-plus NPL deals may be fairly common in Europe, China’s market offers fewer big ticket opportunities for international investors.
The Swiss bank is targeting a $400m fundraising to invest in limited service hotels to tap into the domestic traveller segment.
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