June 2019 issue

    If these walls could talk: House on a hill

    HNA’s once-glamorous Hong Kong mansion survived much, but couldn’t hold its value.

    UK roundtable: Staying ahead of the Brexit curveball

    UK market participants tell Stuart Watson which strategies generate value in a private real estate market buffeted by political turbulence

    Welcome to the PERE 100

    The former PERE 30 and PERE 50 ranking of managers by five-year capital hauls is now 100-strong. Who made the cut? Find out here.

    PERE 100: The biggest grow bigger still

    Stellar post-crisis performances have seen mega-fund managers dominate PERE’s signature ranking. But are they at their biggest at the worst time?

    PERE 100: Charting the ranking’s rise

    Blackstone dominates and Wall Street capitulates as North American managers slowly cede ground to the rest of the world. PERE’s signature ranking has seen plenty of comings and goings as it has grown from 30 to 100.

    PERE 100: Full ranking and methodology

    These are the private equity real estate firms that have enjoyed the highest institutional capital support over the last five years.

    PERE 100: Entity deals drive the ranking’s US-heavy activity

    Large-cap privatizations stateside contributed to the ranking being a net buying force last year, explains Real Capital Analytics managing director Simon Mallinson

    Recent CalSTRS deals could be a sign of things to come

    Two deals executed by California State Teachers’ Retirement System in mid-May are signs of things to come as the pension takes more investment in-house.

    Ivanhoé Cambridge’s $1bn bet on collaborative spaces

    The firm’s We Company commitment is a hedge against a model the industry takes for granted