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Jonathan Brasse

Jonathan Brasse is the Senior Editor, Real Estate for PEI Media’s real estate publications. He oversees the editorial output and leads the reporting team behind the sector-leading private real estate publication PERE as well as Real Estate Capital, the group’s real estate credit markets publication. Jonathan joined PEI in 2009 from UK commercial property magazine Property Week where he oversaw international news and analysis coverage.

Landmark draws second blood

But is the firm’s Swiss secondaries rival paying as much attention these days?

The state of the real estate secondaries market

End-of-life restructurings and stapled secondaries are proliferating in the private real estate market, according to Samantha Lake Coghlan, partner at law firm Goodwin.

Partners in €1.2bn first closing, eyes hard-cap

The Zug-based private markets investment firm is plotting a final closing around the end of the year, approximately the same time as its nearest rival.

Composition Capital Partners to wind down

The real estate fund of funds manager had explored an asset sale on the secondaries market last year.

MIPIM: ‘Secondaries trading is habit forming’

Investors in private real estate vehicles are engaging in secondaries as a way to managing their engagement with the asset class, delegates at the annual MIPIM conference were told.

Landmark’s change of tack is a shift for secondaries

A near 40% decline in deal value meant a different focus for the firm’s latest private real estate secondaries research, and gives sister publication PERE's editor Jonathan Brasse cause to think the sector is entering a pivotal period.

Madison in £200m London real estate purchase

The direct secondaries specialist has purchased a 50% share in a collection of properties that include the building that houses the London Stock Exchange.

RE secondaries: from stigmatised to accepted

Greenhill Cogent's Bill Thompson and Andy Nick discuss how real estate secondaries has matured into an increasingly accepted portfolio management and restructuring tool.

ADIA opens office in Hong Kong for research purposes

The preeminent sovereign wealth fund of the country has opened a satellite office in Hong Kong which will house research professionals.

Composition Capital explores secondaries sale

The private real estate multi-manager is exploring the sale of its assets among other strategic options.

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