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Trimont hires Bill Sexton in European push

The servicer has appointed the former Mount Street managing partner as it seeks to capitalise on opportunities arising from the emergence of non-bank lending and construction loans.

ILPA to issue guidance on GP-led restructurings

The industry body, which represents $2trn in PE assets, plans to publish an update to its private equity principles as early as this year.

Partners places its latest real estate money on mature bets

The latest secondaries capital raising by the Zug-based firm further demonstrates increasing appetite for buying properties from tail-end funds.

Partners Group acquires $600m office portfolio – Exclusive

The Switzerland-based firm follows CBRE GIP and Madison International Realty this week in acquiring assets from a fund nearing the end of its life.

Hines closes oversubscribed European value-add fund

The Houston-based real estate investment firm closed on €720 million for its latest fund, surpassing its fundraising target by more than 40 percent.

Investor-sponsor risk appetite hits largest-ever divergence

As sponsors seek deals higher on the risk spectrum and investors look to the lower end, value-added investments notch record popularity, per new research from BrickVest.

Japanese investment into Australian CRE triples to $1.1bn– Exclusive

The $1.1bn invested in Australian commercial real estate in 2016 and 2017 is more than triple of the previous eight years, according to a research report by JLL.

Why Japanese hotels should not be overlooked

Japan’s tourist boom is reverberating with investment opportunity for institutional money, argues Milan Khatri, head of property research for the Asia Pacific region at Aberdeen Standard Investments.

Local commotion does not make NPS’s firepower any less mighty

While the world’s third largest pension fund grinds on spreading it global investment footprint, asset managers are considering the repercussions of its turnover issues.

Protection v transparency: How much data is the sector willing to reveal?

Digitization is driving greater transparency, but for some market participants there may be more value in data opacity, observes Audrey Klein, managing director, international institutional clients at Corestate Capital Group

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