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Jonathan Brasse is the Senior Editor, Real Estate for PEI Media’s real estate publications. He oversees the editorial output and leads the reporting team behind the sector-leading private real estate publication PERE as well as Real Estate Capital, the group’s real estate credit markets publication. Jonathan joined PEI in 2009 from UK commercial property magazine Property Week where he oversaw international news and analysis coverage.
In its first full year of owning investment properties, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s $320 billion Exchange Fund saw its value dip as it revealed its overall annual return had dropped by more than two-thirds also.
The Miller Group, the UK’s largest privately-held homebuilder, now 50 percent owned by The Blackstone Group, has appointed Phillip Bowman to be its next chairman.
The NYSE-listed wealth management firm based in Shanghai plans to reach out to China’s high-net-worth families for a fund aimed at providing an alternative financing source for the country’s real estate developer.
The NYSE-listed wealth management firm based in Shanghai plans to reach out to China’s high-net-worth families for a fund aimed at providing an alternative financing source for the country’s real estate developer.
The NYSE-listed wealth management firm based in Shanghai plans to reach out to China’s high-net-worth families for a fund aimed at providing an alternative financing source for the country’s real estate developer.
AIG Global Real Estate, the one-time $40 billion real estate investment management business of credit crunch poster-boy American International Group, wants to be a real estate player again. It might just have the capacity for a comeback.
AIG Global Real Estate, the one-time $40 billion real estate investment management business of credit crunch poster-boy American International Group, wants to be a real estate player again. It might just have the capacity for a comeback.
AIG Global Real Estate, the one-time $40 billion real estate investment management business of credit crunch poster-boy American International Group, wants to be a real estate player again. It might just have the capacity for a comeback.
The European Commission has revised its conditions imposed on Germany’s Commerzbank with regard to its property lending unit Eurohypo. Instead of selling off the subsidiary and its €67 billion loan book, the bank will now be wound down and its assets separated into three divisions.
The investment bank’s private equity real estate platform is expected to raise a sequel fund to its 2008, $2.6bn GS Real Estate Mezzanine Partners that would target both US and European opportunities.
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