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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.

US private equity is sizing up retail parks

Investors should expect some of their managers to make big bets in the UK property sector this year

Private real estate fundraising hits seven-year high: survey

More than half of the $185bn raised in 2018 has already been deployed, a recent report by ANREV, INREV and NCREIF showed.

Bespoke open-ended funds offer control over diversification

These vehicles may not be the main core offering yet, but that might change if investors feel they can best control their asset-class exposure and exit timings through them.

HFF on why real estate debt is a highly sustainable market

Michael Kavanau, senior managing director at HFF, looks at UK and European real estate debt and makes his predictions for the year ahead.

Clarion acquires majority stake in Gramercy Europe – Exclusive

The transaction comes six months after the logistics fund manager completed its management buyout from Blackstone.

Who are the most active lenders in private real estate?

North American firms dominated PERE’s inaugural listing of the largest real estate debt fund managers.

Former Colony exec launches new firm – Exclusive

The new venture will target Europe’s $4trn corporate real estate market.

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.

Weinberg back in real estate after reboot

The French asset manager, which lost its RE team last summer in a spin-out, is back in the market with a new executive lineup.

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