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AsiaProperty Capital Raising Update

Published on December 14th, 2015

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Company Profiles

ASCENDAS-SINGBRIDGE

The two state-owned singapore developers have merged to create a property giant with a combined $12.9bn of assets, plus the skills and resources to create large, high-quality projects across Asia...

Companies & People

Companies and People

CBRE Poaches Gaffney and Li from JLL in Asian Reshuffle CBRE has continued to juggle staff, with more senior appointments and departures. Tom Gaffney has been appointed managing director for Hong Kong, Macau and...

Comment

Tech shock lies beyond status quo of 2016

There will be a lot of crystal ball-gazing going on between now and the end of the year, and continuing in the first weeks of 2016. As outlined by the...

World News

Fosun bolsters Resolution in Europe with €800m for fund...

Chinese investor makes big commitment to joint venture’s value-added vehicle Fosun is to commit €800m ($873.8m) of equity to Resolution Property’s latest real estate fund – one of the largest...

Research

Growth in store for Asia’s logistics hubs

Asia’s major logistics hubs will remain important over the next 15 years, but new locations will develop alongside them, CBRE research claims. CBRE’s new Asia Pacific Logistics Hubs report ranks...

News

Prime Australian yields drop after deals

Large trades in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide and interest rate drop contribute to yields heading below 5% Prime Australian yields are heading below 5% as a number of major assets...

Analysis

Hong Kong tipped for top in 2016

Scope for further rental growth next year in the pricey hong kong office market make it survey respondents’ top choice for 2016, as healthy demand continues to drive markets across...

Survey

Survey Introduction

INDIA Strong economic growth and favourable demographics are keeping India’s property sector buoyant, while an easing of foreign direct investment rules should open up markets to overseas capital With expected...

Research

Key Data: Listed Sector

• The FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Developed Asia Index rose 1.1% in November, underperforming the North American index, which increased 4.1% but beating the European index, which fell 1.3%. • While the...

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