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IO Asset Management buys industrial estates for Tesco Pension Fund

Mon, 12 Nov 2018By IPE staff

IO has bought 10 UK industrial estates worth £34m for its segregated mandate for TPF

Chatswood Tower

Singapore’s Mapletree buys Chatswood office tower in Sydney for AUD158m

Mon, 12 Nov 2018By Florence Chong

Future Fund, Victoria Funds and Funds SA bought the asset in 2014 for AUD81.6m

EDP Hydro

Aquila Capital enters Portugal’s hydropower market, buys EDP hydro plants

Fri, 9 Nov 2018By IPE staff

Aquila Capital is buying a portfolio of 21 plants from energy company EDP

US Real Estate

SDCERS chooses Principal and Clarion funds as it rebalances core portfolio

Fri, 9 Nov 2018By Jon Peterson

Pension fund plans to make largest-ever commitment to a US core open-ended fund

Texas

Texas Teachers targets medical offices via new LaSalle fund

Fri, 9 Nov 2018By Jon Peterson

Backs LaSalle Medical Office Fund III, Lone Star Fund IX and BlackRock GEPIF III

CalSTRS Sacramento HQ Expansion

CalSTRS approves $300m West Sacramento HQ campus expansion

Fri, 9 Nov 2018By IPE staff

The expansion will add more than 200,000sqft of rentable office space

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    September/October 2018 (Magazine)By Christopher O'Dea

    The influx of institutional capital into US student accommodation is helping transform the market for undergraduates and investors alike, finds Christopher O’Dea

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    IGIS founder Dai-young Kim recently handed over the reins of South Korea’s biggest real estate investment manager. Interview by Florence Chong

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