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Meghan Morris is the senior Americas reporter for PEI Media’s private markets real estate title PERE. Based in New York, Meghan covers news and trends in the private equity real estate industry and is responsible for PERE’s social media engagement. She has previously written for Bloomberg, Crain’s Chicago Business and various business-to-business publications. Meghan received undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
As sponsors seek deals higher on the risk spectrum and investors look to the lower end, value-added investments notch record popularity, per new research from BrickVest.
As the European Central Bank prepares to wind down its quantitative easing programme, Meghan Morris examines how global monetary stimulus has affected real estate and what the latest development means for the asset class
The pension system is investing with a startup, but it has a long history with one of the firm’s founders.
The Dallas-based firm is raising its latest fund in a series that focuses on private equity control investments, corporate and consumer debt, real estate and real estate debt.
Speakers at the annual CREFC forum highlighted how regulation could change lenders’ risk appetite and how technology impacts real estate debt, among other issues.
The US-based financial firm is planning a summer launch for vehicles focused on Central and Eastern Europe and the US.
The firm’s Europe debt head Jim Blakemore (pictured) says fundraising for the regional vehicle was ‘a lot easier’ than it was for its first UK debt product thanks to investors being more comfortable with the strategy nowadays.
The publicly-traded vehicle, which would be seeded from the company’s balance sheet assets and two non-traded REITs, would have $5.5 billion in assets.
The time is right for two major private equity firms to be taking their real estate debt platforms public, writes Meghan Morris.
Rubenstein Partners is planning to build a debt platform, starting with a new hire, Real Estate Capital's sister title, PERE, has learned.
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