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February News in Brief

Published on February 4th, 2016

   Private equity players make 2015 a bumper year for Indian deals Private equity real estate investors spent $5bn in India last year, according to Venture Intelligence. The investment total, via…

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Property steers through the stock markets storm

This year has started with a bang, but has left a lot of people whimpering. Falling stock markets, particularly in China, have led to claims that it’s 2008 all over...

Company Profiles

E-SHANG REDWOOD

The newly merged company aims to dominate the asian logistics sector with its $3bn of assets and the team’s strong focus on the continent, and is planning an initial public...

Companies & People

COMPANIES & PEOPLE

NG MOVES UP TO HEAD M&G’s REAL ESTATE’s OPERATIONS IN ASIA M&G Real Estate is to appoint Chiang Ling Ng as chief executive and chief investment officer of its Asia business....

News

BVK fund secures Melbourne tower

German pension fund BVK has increased its Asia Pacific investments by acquiring South Wharf Tower in Melbourne CBRE Global Investors and Universal-Investment acquired the office tower for BVK from open-ended real...

Analysis

Asian real estate stocks tipped to weather equity market headwinds and maintain steady course through 2016

REITs in core markets have produced steady performance so far this year despite the wave of stock market volatility emanating from China and many analysts say property’s fundamentals remain sound...

Research

Key data: Non-listed sector

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High-risk alternatives offer high rewards for the bold

Undersupply in China’s data centre, healthcare and carparking sectors make them attractive investment areas, but the regulatory and cultural complexities mean such niche plays are risky for foreign entrants With...

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New offers are key to beating the mall market blues

A development boom has led to a glut of poor-quality malls in many Chinese cities that will struggle to beat online competition. But the best can prosper by repositioning or...

Analysis

New investment this year to keep pace with 2015, as investors maintain mature attitude to property

Annual snapshot of investors’ attitudes to global real estate predicts repeat of last year’s healthy level of new investment, with Japan the top Asian pick as mature markets and core...

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