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As he accepts the PERE Lifetime Achievement Award, Hines chairman and chief executive officer Jeff Hines tells PERE about how careful delegation and nurturing a corporate culture set by his late father have characterized 30 years in charge.
Robert Stuckey believes an investing thesis centered on underwriting real estate via demographic and technological trends has kept Carlyle's business insulated from the current pandemic-induced crisis.
Private real estate veteran Sonny Kalsi is pushing aggressive recruiting policies at BentallGreenOak before the momentum fades from this summer’s protests against racial injustice. Measures include a 66.7% minorities and women minimum recruitment target and financial penalties for missing it.
The New York-based firm believes the western regions in the US could represent roughly half of its total investment activity over time.
Investing in operating companies is one of the ‘collaborative model’ strategies that the US pension giant hopes will help to cut costs, especially during the current disruption.
The man behind some of the New York-based giant’s highest-profile property deals in Europe is calling time on his 25-year career at the firm.
The Augsburg-based manager’s leadership change is expected to put asset classes including private equity and infrastructure on the menu for its investors.
Technological disruptions impacting the asset class are pushing firms to invite new roles to their top tables.
The Washington DC-based private equity firm is among the managers to have greater diversity in the C-suite, thanks in part to the efforts of Kara Helander.
Recruiting at the junior levels is becoming a more expensive game to play for the sector’s managers.
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