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Blackstone, Brookfield, Lone Star and Oaktree are vying for Global Firm of the Year, with dozens of other GPs, LPs and service providers nominated across 38 categories.
The New York-based private equity and real estate titan captured awards in eight of the nine categories for which it was nominated, underlining the firm’s dominance in 2011. Other notable victors include CBRE, Fortress and APG.
Time is running out to cast your vote in the 2011 Global PERE Awards. Many of the races are incredibly close, so your vote could edge one firm, fund or advisor into the No. 1 spot.
Last year was a year of transition, as many firms and individuals struggled to adjust to the new realities of the global real estate markets. It was enough to make even some of the biggest players in the industry throw up their hands in defeat. Yet, for those with savvy and discipline, 2010 proved to be a year of opportunity. So, which firms, individuals and deals stood out from the crowd in North America in 2010? PERE Awards supplement March 2011.
With just under four days of voting left to go, industry executives are voting on the deal strategy of 2010: recaps or platform takeovers.
With just under four days of voting left to go, industry executives are voting on the deal strategy of 2010: recaps or platform takeovers
The PERE Global Awards 2010 pit representatives of two Asia sovereign wealth funds against established Western figures and plenty more battles besides
PERE Awards 2009: Asia winners 2010-03-01 Jonathan Brasse <SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Verdana; FONT-SIZE: 11px"><STRONG>ASIA INDUSTRY FIGURE OF THE YEAR<BR> <BR> <SPAN style="COLOR: #c00000">1. ANDIE KANG, The National Pension Service of Korea </SPAN><BR>
With just 48 hours until polls close, several tight races have emerged; including Rockwood and Starwood fighting for North America fund of the year, and Benson Elliot, Mountgrange and Orion in Europe fundraise of the year.