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Morgan Stanley seeks $5bn for eighth global real estate fund

Published on February 1st, 2013

MSREF sets same target as for seventh fund, which bought several Asian assets Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing has started raising equity for an eighth international real estate fund. MSREF…

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