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Doshi steps up to lead APG’s non-listed Asian property arm

Published on January 4th, 2014

Sachin Doshi has been appointed as head of non-listed real estate, Asia, at APG Asset Management. His appointment follows the departure of Daan van Aert, who had led the non-listed…

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