Abu Dhabi and Qatar sovereign wealth funds eye Indian education technology firm; Korea's NPS commits capital to Blackstone Credit’s sustainable credit platform; Allianz in talks with Chinese banks to set up a majority-owned asset management venture; and more.
Gaw Capital Partners, which manages the portfolio, aims to grow the Japanese residential platform to $800 million, citing resilient occupancy rates, healthy growth, and investor interest.
The sovereign wealth fund has committed to an investment firm founded by James Murdoch and Uday Shankar, which is eyeing the media and consumer tech sectors in Southeast Asia and India.
Institutional appetite for real estate continues to swell, with deals such as Qatar Investment Authority's purchase of Asia Square Tower 1 pointing to rising interest in Asian assets.
Qatar Investment Authority’s $10 billion joint-venture fund deal with Citic Group reflects both its new, more strategic approach and its old fondness for making a splash.
Bank Negara Malaysia becomes the eighth manager to hit $1 billion in QFII quota after receiving $600 million in Safe's July batch. Ontario Teachers is among the other winners.
Qatar Investment Authority is awarded $1 billion in QFII quota, beating the previous high of $700 million, as China’s foreign exchange regulator hands out $2.5 billion to 11 firms in its latest batch.
Qatar Investment Authority has boosted its legal team by hiring a partner from the US law firm’s Japan office to help allocate its fast-growing pool of capital.