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Ambitions that bring out the naysayers

‘Placement agent 2.0’ or ‘a mismatch right out of the gate?’ PERE hears perspectives about global brokerage JLL’s efforts to ramp up its funds advisory business.

Harrison Street raises €700m for second European fund – Exclusive

The Chicago-based manager has already committed more than 50% of the total equity from the vehicle and its co-investment sidecar.

When the upside is limited, there is value in downside protection

Long-term viability trumps short-term returns in a mature market as New Mountain Capital Partners’ oversubscribed first-time real estate fund demonstrates.

New Mountain targets ‘operationally critical’ assets with oversubscribed net lease fund

New Mountain Capital Partners has closed its debut fund targeting sale-and-leasebacks of industrial assets on $533 million – an over-subscription of more than $180 million. Through the vehicle, New Mountain Net Lease Partners, the firm will look to buy “operationally critical” properties from mid-market private equity-backed companies, Teddy Kaplan, a managing director with the New […]

INREV’s new index aims to reduce ‘information asymmetry’ between investors and managers

The pan-European Asset Level Index is intended to enhance investors’ decision-making.

Harrison Street raises $425m for open-end real estate, infra fund – Exclusive

The Chicago-based manager has invested its first $220m for the strategy in campus housing and renewable energy.

For real estate investors, much is at stake in US-China trade talks

In the eyes of global capital providers, a resolution to the trade dispute between the world’s two largest economies would eliminate a top risk factor in US real estate.

Shelter Rock taps industry veteran to lead Asian placement – Exclusive

The New York firm has formed a strategic alliance with Philip Levinson’s newly-minted Penmount Partners.

Making headlines on the Via Solferino

The headquarters of Milan’s top newspaper has become an integral part of the city’s history, but the most interesting story might soon be written.

A lawsuit against Blackstone threatens Italy’s market prospects

Arbitration from a disgruntled seller threatens to upend not only a €250m office sale in Milan, but the whole country’s investment viability.

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