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September News in Brief

Published on September 8th, 2014

Mitchell takes non-exec post at Australia’s Napier & Blakeley Peter Mitchell, former chief executive of the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association, has been appointed non-executive chairman of Australian due diligence…

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Leow takes helm of CapitaMalls Asia Jason Leow, chief executive of CapitaLand China, is moving to the role of CEO of CapitaMalls Asia. He will take over from Lim Beng...


Deal based index is comparably better

  Commercial real estate investors have long relied on traditional, valuation-based indices to measure their relative investment performance. These indices are often criticised for their inability to show the volatility...


September Diary

Wealthy Chinese have their visa card suspended in the US… How many wealthy Chinese are buying real estate in the US? So many that the US has run out of...


CDL growth plan includes funds venture

Singapore company aims to establish operations in Japan and Australia and launch fund management arm  Singapore-listed City Developments Limited is set to accelerate its international investment and build up a...


AsiaProperty Capital Raising Update

CBRE Global Investors has raised $236m for its recently closed Asian fund of funds, the third in the Alpha Plus series 


DTZ Fair Value Index

●The Asia Pacific property market continues to present attractive opportunities for investors. The DTZ Asia Pacific Fair Value Index rose to 63 in Q2, up slightly from the Q1 published figure...


China Vanke teams up with Carlyle Group to seed joint venture with nine Chinese assets

China Vanke and Carlyle Group have formed a joint venture for some of the Chinese developer’s commercial assets, which will be a precursor to a flotation. The joint-venture company, in...


Loup to relinquish Asian helm after 25 years with Grosvenor

Former UBS China property head set to take on role when Loup joins UK developer  Nick Loup is to leave Grosvenor, after 25 years with the UK developer and 20...


Mainland traders raise Hong Kong office market’s stock

The launch of a share trading platform linking the mainland with Hong Kong promises to revive the city’s otherwise flat office market as securities firms move in, but finding space...

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