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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. First, CalSTRS secured a majority ownership of Fairfield Residential, a California-based multifamily operating company. Then it received a second $200 million commitment from Korea’s Public Officials Benefit Association for their joint […]

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: GLP on cashing in on the logistics boom

Global logistics specialist GLP is the only Asian firm to break into the top five in the PERE 100.

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: 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 is getting a bold revamp

The world’s number one publication for institutional real estate markets, has just had a comprehensive makeover, and we think you are going to love the results.

ARA taps onshore RMB capital to invest up to $700m in China

The Singapore-headquartered firm is partnering with China’s CICC for its first RMB-denominated real estate investment vehicle.

Timing is ripe for decades-in-the-making China REITs

Chinese regulators are reportedly in the process of giving approvals for some firms to test pilot REITs in China. Given the tightening credit conditions in the country right now, their swift introduction would be welcome news.

We Company’s investment arm wins $1bn from Ivanhoé Cambridge

WeWork’s parent has formed a new investment vehicle with the real estate subsidiary of Canadian pension plan CDPQ.

Private real estate goes domestic as a trade war workaround

Some institutional real estate managers believe China’s domestic consumption insulates its real estate from Trump’s tariff hikes.
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