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Pursuing a value-add strategy, the Hong Kong-based firm has exited 25 investments and generated a median IRR of over 40% since 2004.
Unless multiple mega-funds close during the second half year, the answer points to yes, according to PERE’s H1 2021 Fundraising Report.
The first six months of the year represented the smallest H1 total since 2012, when $57.5bn was raised during the period.
The firm plans to open an office in Sydney next year as well as add to its Singapore and Shanghai teams.
With logistics being the firm's highest conviction in China, the sector represents 62% of its total assets under management in the country.
Both the aggregate amount raised for private real estate vehicles and the number to close has been in decline.
Fresh off its biggest transaction ever, a sale and lease deal with TikTok's parent company, Tishman Speyer's president and CEO is ready for more in China.
Kim has led the Korean state investor's real estate business for an unusually long time. In his exclusive interview with PERE he explains why.
The Dallas-based private equity firm has moved its head of Asia into a new role and is eliminating 25 positions in the region.
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