A consortium led by InfraRed NF has closed a $63.8 million round of mezzanine financing in support of projects being developed by Hong Kong-listed property developer Fullsun International, according to an announcement on Monday by the private equity real estate… Read More>>
InfraRed NF has named former Blackstone and Park Hill Group executive Ong Chi Tuan as its new head of strategy and business development, according to an announcement by the Hong Kong-based real estate fund manager.
The Hong Kong-based firm, which… Read More>>
Private equity real estate investment firm InfraRed NF and a subsidiary of Singapore-listed Metro Holdings closed a $92.2 million mezzanine financing deal with Hong Kong-listed developer Fullsun International, a subsidiary of Fuzhou-based developer Fullsun Group.
The structured-debt deal by the… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed Nova Property Investment has joined forces with Hong Kong-based real estate investment manager InfraRed NF to acquire a Shanghai shopping centre for RMB 465 million ($73.8 million) as the real estate development startup continues to build up its… Read More>>
Hong Kong-based real estate investment manager InfraRed NF has brought on board a pair of new investment directors to strengthen its team in Shanghai as the private equity real estate investment firm expands its operations in mainland China.
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Asia is rapidly catching up to the West in income per capita, consumer spending and a variety of other economic indicators, but the region still lags many western nations in one key metric of prosperity – space to store spare… Read More>>
Two major buyouts have been announced in Asia’s self-storage industry in the past two weeks involving cash of more than $50 million, as the niche investment sector grows in popularity with the region’s property investors.
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Leading the news today, China has taken another step to reduce lending risks to the real estate sector, as the top banking regulator takes a tough stance against trust financing for property developers. Also, Anbang shows it’s not yet done… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT has acquired a Beijing shopping mall for RMB2.5 billion (US$403 million) in the first mainland acquisition by Asia’s largest real estate investment trust.
Link REIT announced the deal to purchase the 74,000 square metre (800,000 square… Read More>>