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Amsterdam office deal marks a First for Asian institutions

Published on March 9th, 2015

First Sponsor Group has bought a 33% stake in a €51.5m ($57.6m) Amsterdam office building, in its first deal since listing in Singapore last year. CBRE, which acted for seller…

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