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CBRE GIP secures $1.2bn for flagship Global Alpha vehicle

Published on February 9th, 2015

CBRE Global Investment Partners has raked in $1.2bn of equity commitments to Global Alpha, its flagship global open- ended fund. Global Alpha, launched in November 2010, targets a 9-11% annual…

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