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CLSA raises $815m for Asia fund

John Pattar, CLSA Capital Partners' managing director and head of the property fund Fudo Capital, says despite the ‘challenging fundraising environment’, its vehicle Fudo II has continued to attract a broad range of investors.


Hong Kong-based CLSA Capital Partners, a subsidiary of brokerage and investment firm, CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets, has raised $815 million for its latest opportunistic real estate fund, Fudo Capital II.

The firm said it originally aimed for $750 million in commitments for the vehicle which focuses on real estate assets in Asia.

John Pattar, CLSA Capital managing director and head of the property fund, Fudo Capital, said in the statement: “Despite the challenging fundraising environment, Fudo II has continued to attract a broad range of investors.”

The Real Estate Private Fund Group ( REPFG ) of Credit Suisse advised the fund manager. CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets was taken over by French group, Credit Lyonnais, in 1990.