A growing trend among US public pensions to broadcast board and investment committee meetings could be an opportunity for GPs to win new LP relationships. PERE magazine July/August issue 2010.
The 10 most influential women in private real estate investing.
Private equity real estate firms are demanding a new set of expertise as they turn the corner and try to put the economic crisis in the rear view mirror. PERE Magazine July/August 2010 issue
Why the merger of real estate firms is made difficult by parent company co-investments. PERE magazine July/August 2010 issue.
Real estate professionals predict ING in Europe could be sold to a third party, while ING Clarion in North America and ING Asia are ripe for a management buyout. PERE Magazine, July/August 2010 issue
UK residential rentals have to date not been recognised institutionally as a scalable asset class, but that could change. PERE Magazine July/August 2010 issue
Robert-Jan Foortse, head of non-listed European property investments at Dutch asset manager APG, explains why it hasn’t made any private equity real estate fund investments for almost three years. PERE Magazine July/August 2010 issue
New York-based Fortress has impressed the real estate investment community by raising $800 million for its first Asia fund, but will it be so successful deploying the capital? PERE Magazine July/August 2010 issue
More than $1 billion was raised against distressed real estate debt strategies in Japan last month. But exactly what is the opportunity? PERE Magazine July/August 2010 issue
Indian private equity real estate firms await the county’s incoming Draft Direct Taxes Code. PERE Magazine July/August 2010 issue
Investors are reducing their capital allocation to European and North American fund of funds in favour of Asian vehicles, says Aberdeen Property Investors. PERE Magazine July/August 2010 issue
After a year of aggressive asset management, JER Partners is eyeing up to $300 million of deals in the US senior living sector. PERE magazine July/August issue 2010.
Mesa West Capital topped the $400 million fundraising target for its second debt vehicle by an extra $200 million. PERE magazine July/August issue 2010
Five months after handing back the $5.4 billion multifamily complex Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, Tishman Speyer is making headlines once again – by reaffirming its commitment to the US office market. By Graham Winfrey
After two years of dramatically declining revenues, the US hospitality sector is starting to see signs of life – attracting the attention of investors looking for a deal. PERE magazine, July/August issue 2010
With rising competition, deals in the US hospitality sector are difficult to source. Finding owners in need of equity for improvements could be the best opportunity, according to Noble Investment Group. PERE magazine July/August 2010 issue