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Capital watch: Asia-Pacific fundraising

How the beast led the east last year.

For Norges Bank, the pressure has been alleviated in real estate

The bank, which manages Norway’s $1trn sovereign wealth fund, has lowered the allocation target in the asset class, but it still has a lot of investing to do.

DOWNLOAD: How co-investment in private real estate is evolving

Managers and investors alike are approaching sidecars more frequently, in different ways and for new reasons. This increase in popularity, though, has led to some uncertainty.

The $5bn decision for Asia’s class of 2014

How to invest $5 billion in just the next 12 months: this is the burning question facing a number of private real estate investment managers in Asia right now. According to data shared by real estate services firm CBRE with PERE this week, a handful of 2014-vintage, closed-end, Asia-Pacific-focused real estate funds still have in […]

Why impact investing is gaining ground

Shifts in governmental policy and investor values have led a number of real estate investment vehicles to focus on more than just financial returns.

CBRE: Co-working only 1.7% of office lease in APAC

Despite growing demand, flexible space providers continue to account for a tiny percentage of total office demand.

Ares raising open-end RE debt fund, lands commitment from SIC

The New Mexico sovereign wealth fund has invested $242m in the Los Angeles-based manager’s vehicles since 2014.

European investors most bullish on real estate in 2019

The region’s investors contemplate to increase allocations more than their counterparts elsewhere, a survey from INREV, ANREV, and PREA shows.

CPPIB’s Phua: we ‘missed the cycle for Japan office investment’

The Canadian pension fund is doubling down on the logistics sector in Japan instead, as indicated by its recent commitment to GLP’s $2.2bn Japan industrial fund.

RE debt fundraising sees 48% drop

Capital raised for real estate debt funds in 2018 fell precipitously after peaking at $39bn the previous year.

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