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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.

Abraaj’s unraveling tells us due diligence must change

The troubles at the Middle East’s biggest private equity firm are relevant to investors in any private asset class.

‘Key man’ departure hits CLSA property fund series

Chief executive John Pattar's move to KKR has made CLSA halt the investing activities of its latest Fudo Capital fund and step down fees accordingly.

Private real estate must get the point about gender discrimination

Fear of losing money, warnings to be on best behavior or considering skipping events are misguided reactions to the events at the President’s Club charity dinner.

Presidents Club: A stain on the industry

The real estate sector’s condemnation of ‘the most un-PC event of the year’ was swift. Now all eyes are on how it will act.

Presidents Club: A stain on the industry

Real estate’s condemnation of ‘the most un-PC event of the year’ was swift. Now all eyes are on how the sector will act.

Clifford Chance dominates private equity real estate awards

Sister publication PERE handed out plaudits for law firms across three regions.

Private real estate must get the point about gender discrimination

Fear of losing money, warnings to be on best behavior or considering skipping events are misguided reactions to the events at the President’s Club charity dinner.

CBRE: Protests to slow Hong Kong RE market

The property market in Hong Kong is likely to be impacted by the city’s ongoing protests between pro-democracy supporters and the government, says the world’s biggest property services firm.

Bain to expand Boston footprint

Bain Capital has taken out a 15-year lease in New England’s tallest tower, boosting its Boston office space by 154,000 square feet.

Morgan Stanley converts RE fund for Volcker

The investment bank has devised a plan to resolve the future of the one fund on its books that stands to contravene the looming Volcker Rule.

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