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Debbie Harmon and Alex Gilbert from Artemis
Co-CEOs Deborah Harmon and Alex Gilbert said more than half the capital for the fund came from new investors, including Asian and Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds.
Dallas cityscape
The Dallas-based manager has formed a JV with a global sovereign wealth fund to acquire around $750m in additional assets.
Dallas cityscape
The Dallas-based manager is seeing more higher-risk, higher-return opportunities for its largest-ever US non-core real estate fund.
New York skyline
The New York-based manager hired a former Heitman executive almost a year after Matt Brody left the role.
The $12.4bn raised in Q1 2023 is the lowest first quarter total recorded.
aerial view of Lower Manhattan. New York
The New York-based manager previously had invested as much as 18% of a fund’s capital with prior vehicles in the series.
The Stockholm-based manager aims to broaden its client base and evolve its product offerings with the hire of a former JLL managing director.
The Italian asset manager has also partnered with a consortium of housing co-operatives to boost social housing development across the country.
With the country reopening its borders, raising capital from North American investors for Asia-Pacific funds just got a lot more complicated.
Buildings in Saratoga Springs
The Saratoga Springs, New York-based manager has eclipsed the previous record holder by $1bn.
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