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Barrack’s arrest this week made headlines, but it is only a sad footnote in the demise of a once mighty private equity real estate firm.
The firm has invested $150m, which is higher than its previous GP co-invests, in Invesco Real Estate US Fund VI.
Compliance pressures are continuing to grow on both sides of the Atlantic and competition between domiciles is heating up.
The abundance of primary fund capital, delayed business plans and the uncertainty around offices and hospitality will spur more secondaries opportunities.
Women in the Driver's Seat
Three real estate executives from BentallGreenOak, BlackRock and Nuveen talk about what they’ve learned in their rise to the top.
GI Partners ETS fund
The San Francisco-based private investment firm launched and held a first close on the open-end vehicle earlier this year.
The Canadian investor sees preferred equity as a route to expand and diversify its $12bn residential portfolio amid a financing gap for developers.
The Dallas-based private equity firm has moved its head of Asia into a new role and is eliminating 25 positions in the region.
The long-standing partners’ latest partnership targets a sector that has quickly become a high-conviction investment choice for investors.

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