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Maeda quits PREI in Japan for role with Deutsche

Published on April 12th, 2014

Koichiro Maeda has left Prudential Real Estate Investors and is understood to be joining Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management. Maeda was managing director and portfolio manager for PREI (Japan), based…

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