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Private real estate’s biggest firms - Blackstone, UBS and Partners Group among them - have clear reasons for needing more people at the top.
Firms are increasingly turning to advisers to help navigate the industry's complex issues, writes Serena Althaus, Europe chair at talent management firm Ferguson Partners.
New York skyline
The New York-based manager hired a former Heitman executive almost a year after Matt Brody left the role.
Remuneration growth is muted as the world tackles inflation, according to Sousou Partners, the executive search firm which partners with PERE for an annual pay report.
DE&I Women
Women are no longer confined to support roles in the industry. But they are still to find an equal footing with men.
Conversation ideas
Mentoring programs can lower barriers for under-represented groups to enter the industry as well as facilitate their path to leadership.
Team work collaboration
Two years after the watershed summer of 2020, managers and investors continue to tackle the challenges of being more inclusive.
Traditionally pegged as an ‘old boys club,’ real estate is starting to make diversity, equity and inclusion becoming more of a priority.
Hines’ co-CEO returned from maternity leave in September to find a private real estate market in markedly different shape. She shares the experience with PERE.
Crowd people diversity
Real estate’s heavy hitters are convinced by the business merits of building diverse teams, writes Rhiannon Curry.

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