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Morgan Stanley eyes Asia deals as eighth global fund hits $1bn

Published on July 11th, 2014

MSREF Global VIII pulls in $1bn at first closing as Preqin reports first-half leap in property fund raising  Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing has raised more than $1bn for its…

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