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Managing inflation is in. But UBS global infrastructure chief Paul Moy (pictured) warns against simplistic notions of infrastructure's hedging power and says the asset class is no panacea.
Managing inflation is in. But UBS global infrastructure chief Paul Moy (pictured) warns against simplistic notions of infrastructure's hedging power and says the asset class is no panacea.
This week milestones were reached for the London skyline as the Shard – Western Europe’s tallest tower - was inaugurated and Battersea Power Station was sold once again.
This week milestones were reached for the London skyline as the Shard – Western Europe’s tallest tower - was inaugurated and Battersea Power Station was sold once again.
This week milestones were reached for the London skyline as the Shard – Western Europe’s tallest tower - was inaugurated and Battersea Power Station was sold once again.
Conservative John Mica rose from self-made Florida upstart to become chairman of the powerful House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. Along the way, he’s built a reputation for pro-business voting and unapologetic finger-pointing. But this shrewd veteran is a fervent supporter of private investment in public infrastructure – just don’t call him bi-partisan. Chris Glynn reports.
Private equity real estate firms are seeing ‘many, many billions’ of dollars in potential equity and debt investments arise from the distress of the Latin American nation’s cash-strapped public homebuilders. PERE Magazine, July/August 2012 issue.
Private equity real estate firms are seeing ‘many, many billions’ of dollars in potential equity and debt investments arise from the distress of the Latin American nation’s cash-strapped public homebuilders. PERE Magazine, July/August 2012 issue.
Private equity real estate firms are seeing ‘many, many billions’ of dollars in potential equity and debt investments arise from the distress of the Latin American nation’s cash-strapped public homebuilders. PERE Magazine, July/August 2012 issue.
The extraordinary tale of a huge Dutch real estate fraud, a warning by the country’s Central Bank over property valuations and how the Dutch office market could be hardest hit by the unwinding of German open-ended funds.
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