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GIC cashes in on Taiwanese shopping center

Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund sells the asset to a pension fund and local REIT at more than twice the 2008 purchase price.

CPPIB commits $700m to record-breaking Japan fund – Exclusive

The Canadian pension plan’s equity in GLP Japan Development Partners III will be primarily allocated to co-investment opportunities.

Allianz’s Desai: ‘India is higher risk but hopefully higher return’

The Asia-Pacific chief executive of the insurer's real estate business says there is still a yield arbitrage between China and India logistics.

ARA’s Lim: Setting up a US funds platform would be ‘naïve’

The Singapore-based investment manager funded its initial foray into the world’s largest property market with balance sheet money rather than institutional capital.

VIDEO: Untapped investment strategies to get ahead in South Korea

Kyung W Paik from IGIS Asset Management gives his insights on finding value in the increasingly capital-crowded real estate market.

PODCAST: Why the issues obstructing Chinese investment in US are here to stay

From capital controls and CFIUS to the intensifying trade war, Chinese investors trying to invest in the US are encountering many hurdles. David Blumenfeld and Paul Guan of the law firm Paul Hastings discuss these hurdles with PERE's Arshiya Khullar.

UBS turns to multifamily in Japan after shelving hotel strategy – Exclusive

Including a cornerstone investment from APG, UBS Asset Management is planning to raise $330m in total equity for a residential club vehicle.

Currency costs are alienating the US for Korean investors

Rising hedging costs have diminished appetite for American real estate in favor of European.

Overseas investors form bulk of Charter Hall’s $2.9bn industrial fund

The Sydney-based firm has raised $434m in fresh equity for its open-ended industrial vehicle in Australia that is expected to reach $2.9bn in total net asset value.

Why South Korean investors are choosing Europe over US CRE

Hedging costs and the overall late-cycle environment is making US a less appealing investment market for many South Korean institutional investors.

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