Philadelphia-based Rubenstein Partners has closed its first real estate fund with a little help from its sister firm Lubert-Adler.
The New York City Retirement Systems finds itself again dealing with turnover among its top brass, signalling that something may be amiss at the $95 billion pension.
Private Equity Real Estate recently conducted its first survey of general partners' opinions on the limited partner community—the results were illuminating. By Dave Keating
A group of real estate professionals recently gathered in New York City to discuss the Indian property market. While the participants are eager to get involved, they also expressed some caveats. By Aaron Lovell
Following a year of increased commitments, ING Real Estate has appointed a new chief executive officer for development.
Danish property is attracting investors looking to balance their European portfolios.
Mike McCook charted a new course in real estate investment for the state retirement system. Will his successor continue his strategy?
Lightyear Capital, Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking and hedge fund West End Capital are the latest to make a play in the reinsurance space, launching Flagstone Reinsurance Holdings with $715 million.
MIPIM, the annual property fest held in Cannes each March, had its biggest gathering yet—PERE paid a visit.
When in Romania? 2006-04-01 Staff Writer When one sees images of Romania on television, they're usually confined to Dracula and dark, stormy castles in Transylvania. So when a recent broadcast of the British reality show “A Place in the Sun” focused instead on some of the country's charming properties and th

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