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The real estate investment manager has named a new CEO following the close of the merger between Bentall Kennedy and GreenOak last year.
Our senior editorial teams covering PE, private debt, infrastructure, real estate and secondaries discuss the latest in how private markets are responding to the coronavirus pandemic. Plus: ways firms are helping people out in the crisis.
The pension is still open to investing in real estate funds but expects the execution to be slower due to covid-19.
climate
With property costs mounting in many of the world’s environmentally vulnerable markets, climate change is increasingly becoming an issue that the industry is being called to address now.
Departing CIO John Skjervem acknowledged that OPERF is losing money but is still likely to outperform its peer group due to its diversified portfolio.
With tenants now defaulting on rent payments, new regulations will play a critical role in lowering the number of casualties in the industry.
The Danish pension fund says it has benefited from its relatively high exposure to real estate during a time of coronavirus-induced market unrest.
The refusal by tenants to pay rent under a covid-19 lockdown has raised the fear of creating a ‘cascading effect’ among related contractual parties.
Blackstone’s president and chief operating officer explains to Jonathan Brasse why it is time to respond to private investment’s naysayers.
Otherwise, US private real estate mogul Tom Barrack says, widespread margin calls could trigger the next financial crisis – and it’s hard to disagree.
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