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CITIC and Invesco funds raise capital

Published on February 1st, 2013

CITIC Capital and Invesco Real Estate have found fund-raising success in a difficult market. Los Angeles County Employees Retirement Association has committed $100m to Invesco’s Asian open-ended core fund, while…

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