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Goldman’s latest debt vehicle pulls in$4.2bnwarchest

Published on May 11th, 2014

US investor injects $600m of own money into fund, as a record 53 vehicles target property debt sector  Goldman Sachs has amassed $4.2bn of firepower for its latest real estate…

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