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PREI’s Laughlin and Theseira given new roles in Asia

Published on February 9th, 2015

Prudential Real Estate Investors is promoting Bennet Theseira to run the Asia Pacific business and making previous incumbent Morgan Laughlin head of Japan. The US-based manager, which recently started to…

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