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Institutions vary in how much they prioritize their long-term strategies when considering shorter term risks and opportunities.
In little more than three years of leading Ivanhoé Cambridge, Nathalie Palladitcheff has created a blueprint for success for the C$77bn investor and its C$400bn parent, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec. We spoke with her as she received PERE’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
We reveal the winners of this year's honors, celebrating the best and brightest lights in private real estate, as voted by the industry.
Japan’s comparatively low interest rate environment has dominated institutional capital’s considerations when investing in the region.
Inside: The winners revealed – PERE’s annual awards celebrate private real estate’s biggest achievements of 2022; A look back at how the industry prepared for a reset; Expert comment and analysis; Plus much more…
The inability of this year’s award winners to secure a majority in any global category demonstrates a fiercely competitive playing field.
Inside: Changing tack – why some North American investors are steering clear of China; PERE’s annual survey of investors’ allocation plans; A European roundtable; Plus much more…
In a year that saw the largest interest rate rises in the US since the 1980s, debt strategies were celebrated in PERE’s 2022 North American awards.
The residential sector was home to many of the region’s award-winning deals and fundraises of 2022, while Blackstone hoovered up four regional awards for its record-breaking logistics bet.
Institutional investors in real estate are showing an increased interest in debt funds, writes Lazard's James Jacobs.

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