Warehouse bargains lead Mingtiandi’s list of real estate headlines today as debt-laden Fosun is said to be looking for a buyer for its stake in Alibaba’s logistics unit. Also in the news, the UK’s Actis buys up more renewables in… Read More>>
Leading off today’s roundup of regional news headlines is China Evergrande founder Xu Jiayin, aka Hui Ka Yan, who reportedly has been unmasked as the ultimate owner of London’s most expensive house — a Knightsbridge mansion previously linked solely to… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, UK investor Actis prepares to make a large bet on India’s life sciences sector, Hong Kong home prices resume their decline after a brief rebound, and expats recoil from Singapore’s skyrocketing rents.
Following up on a string of data centre and logistics deals, fund manager Actis has reached a $700 million final closing for its second Asia real estate fund, which targets new economy assets across emerging markets across the region.
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Top level moves at fund manager Actis and WeWork lead this week’s review of personnel changes from around Asia Pacific, as the UK fund manager expands into Japan and the trouble co-working pioneer reshuffles its leadership. Also reporting fresh management… Read More>>
Actis this week announced a series of global partner promotions, including upgrading senior executives in South Korea and India active in data centres and renewable energy, as the London-based fund manager continues to emphasise infrastructure and real estate investments.
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With Hong Kong still struggling with its largest COVID-19 outbreak to date, Singapore dominates our list of personnel moves from around the region, with top level moves at a listed developer and a REIT, as well as a set of… Read More>>
London-based fund manager Actis has raised $251 million so far for its second Asia real estate vehicle, pulling in less than half of its $850 million target nearly two years since the fund’s debut according to a US Securities and… Read More>>
With seemingly limitless demand bumping up against supply constraints and entry barriers in North Asia, hyperscale data centres… Read More>>
The North Asia region accounts for around 70 percent of established data centre capacity in Asia Pacific’s largest markets, according to recent research, however, the region continues to be a major focus for new server facility development with billions of… Read More>>