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Blackstone’s Asian mall deal stands apart

Why Blackstone’s latest Asian retail investments are not to be considered among its high-conviction thematic bets.

The $5bn decision for Asia’s class of 2014

How to invest $5 billion in just the next 12 months: this is the burning question facing a number of private real estate investment managers in Asia right now. According to data shared by real estate services firm CBRE with PERE this week, a handful of 2014-vintage, closed-end, Asia-Pacific-focused real estate funds still have in […]

CPPIB’s Phua: we ‘missed the cycle for Japan office investment’

The Canadian pension fund is doubling down on the logistics sector in Japan instead, as indicated by its recent commitment to GLP’s $2.2bn Japan industrial fund.

PERE Predictions 2019: Chicago Teachers sees boost in RE debt allocations

Bracing for a possible market downturn in 2019, the Chicago Teachers’ Pension Fund sees allocations to real estate debt strategies as one way for pensions to meet the liabilities of their beneficiaries.

UBS: 5 questions to ask of the real estate sector in 2019

Building a resilient portfolio with a focus on income is what will drive outperformance in the next stage of the cycle, the Swiss bank says.

VIDEO: Untapped investment strategies to get ahead in South Korea

Kyung W Paik from IGIS Asset Management gives his insights on finding value in the increasingly capital-crowded real estate market.

PODCAST: Why the issues obstructing Chinese investment in US are here to stay

From capital controls and CFIUS to the intensifying trade war, Chinese investors trying to invest in the US are encountering many hurdles. David Blumenfeld and Paul Guan of the law firm Paul Hastings discuss these hurdles with PERE's Arshiya Khullar.

Currency costs are alienating the US for Korean investors

Rising hedging costs have diminished appetite for American real estate in favor of European.

Korean insurers mull lowering RE investments amid impending regulations

New risk-based capital rules for Korean insurers, set to come into effect by 2022, are prompting investors to revise their real estate allocations for the next few years.

CPPIB, QuadReal back GLP for €2bn European logistics vehicle

Once the GLP Continental Europe Development Partners I is fully invested, GLP’s total assets under management in Europe are expected to reach $7.2bn.

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