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The Japanese bank is set to buy €800m worth of DIY stores as part of a drive into alternative investments.
North Asset Management defies skeptics by listing a €100m property fund focused on EU accession states.
The Boston-based firm has partnered with Colliers International to provide advice on its European investment strategy.
Britain and Germany are set for a wave of hotel REIT flotations led by private equity firms, according to a report by real estate advisor Jones Lang LaSalle.
Private equity firm GI Partners is thought to be among those approaching the European factory outlet center developer.
The property arm of London-based bank Standard Chartered has made its first investment in the Chinese real estate sector.
The world’s largest global property services firm takes full control of Noble Gibbons.
Esporta eyed by private equity firms and property investors for up to £500m.
The fund closing by Europe’s largest property fund manager comes as research shows €95 billion was invested in European property in the first half of 2006.
Morgan Stanley’s real estate arm has signalled a retreat from the Italian non-performing loan market with the sale of five portfolios for €918.5m.
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