Home Events


In a presentation at PERE Asia, the head of real estate at BPE Asia questioned the use of leverage by his competitors, suggesting similarities with pre-crisis behaviors.
PERE sits down with the firm’s senior director of real assets to hear why this institutional money from the Lone Star state is pivoting away from commingled funds.
So-called ‘disruptive technologies’ is impacting the way landlords and investors approach real estate investing and determine things like the ideal size, usage, layout and general amenities of their buildings. At PERE’s annual real estate conference in Hong Kong today, Mark Gabbay, chief investment officer and chief executive for Asia at the Chicago-based investment manager LaSalle […]
To those institutional investors that place their real estate debt investments apart from their other real estate holdings, the boss of one of private real estate’s biggest firms says: don’t. “Where to place it?” Sonny Kalsi, co-founder and partner of GreenOak Real Estate, asked delegates at PERE’s Asia Summit in Hong Kong during the keynote […]
At PERE’s European roundtable, a discussion of Europe held in the UK inevitably turns to debate over the UK in Europe. Brexit dominates political and economic discourse in Britain ahead of the putative March 29 deadline for the country to leave the EU. So when the five participants meet in London in February it is […]
In a late-cycle environment with growing uncertainty surrounding macro events like the US-China trade war, real estate managers are thinking about how to make their strategies resilient ahead of a potential downturn
On the 10th anniversary of the global financial crisis, six senior industry executives discuss how they are positioning themselves late in the cycle, while still exploiting pockets of opportunity in the US private real estate market.
The German market continues to offer reassuring solidity for investors in increasingly uncertain times, writes Stuart Watson
As President Xi Jinping steps up his deleveraging efforts in China, the real estate industry is expecting distressed investment opportunities to become more pronounced by the year end.
There may be trouble ahead for the UK real estate market, but investors must find ways of deploying their capital nonetheless.

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination