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The new advertising guidelines could give private funds more space to innovate. But they also bring their own compliance complexities.
As these issues rise up managers’ agendas, fund administrators are seizing the opportunity to deliver products and services that meet their needs.
ESG criteria are expected to play a increasing role in deciding where funds are based, according to an IFI Global survey.
ESG, Brexit and EU regulation are just some of the emerging factors influencing private fund managers’ destination decisions, writes Stephanie Baxter.
Investors should pay attention to how GPs capitalize their own investment in a fund because it raises questions about their real ‘skin in the game’.
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.
The US president sees real estate development potential in North Korea. But the first opportunities for institutional money are more likely to come in north-east China.
The embattled Chinese conglomerate is said to be launching a fund to target real estate and other overseas investments, raising questions about potential investors and strategy.
The real estate sector’s condemnation of ‘the most un-PC event of the year’ has been swift. Now all eyes are on how it will act. The first test is MIPIM.
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