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Key data: Non-listed sector

Published on June 8th, 2015

Key data: Non-listed sector

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DTZ name to go after $2Bn deal for rival Cushman & Wakefield DTZ is to merge with Cushman & Wakefield, creating a real estate advisory business with $5.5bn annual revenues. The new business will...

Comment

Alliance is defensive move for Vanke and Wanda

It doesn’t seem that long ago that the Chinese housing market looked shaky, with falling prices, years worth of unsold stock and defaulting developers. Following the easing of market-cooling measures,...

News

June - News in Brief

GIG teams up with CPPIB for D-Cube retail deal in Seoul GIC and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board have formed a 50:50 joint venture to buy the D-Cube Retail Mall...

News

AXA scales risk curve for $1bn push into Japanese property

French insurer will target alternative asset classes and cities in Japanese campaign AXA Real Estate plans to deploy $1bn in the Japanese commercial property market. Frank Khoo, AXA Real Estate...

News

Investors and architects differ on sustainability

The Energy Use and Building Performance panel showed a gulf in the differing approach to sustainability between architects and investment managers. George Kurumado, managing officer of construction services and architectural...

Survey

Brookfield rules the world of fund management giants

Singapore’s CapitaLand is Asia’s top property fund manager, according to ANREV’s annual survey, with local players dominant in the region, while Brookfield retains its title as the world’s biggest firm...

Research

Key data: listed sector

• Asian real estate shares were more or less static in May, the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Developed Asia Index edging up 0.3%, compared with a 1.5% rise for the North American...

World News

Giant New York buy for SL Green

US REIT SL Green Realty has bought Credit Suisse’s US HQ, 11 Madison Avenue in New York, for $2.3bn, the second highest price ever paid for a US office building....

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