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Sunday, 02 August 2015

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PIE Online Weekly 403 is ready for Premium subscriber download on this homepage at left, and all magazines and Weeklies back to 2005 are available in archive form via this website. Take a moment to subscribe today to see the full news-intelligence read by professional real estate investors worldwide. The entire Property Investor Europe team wishes our readers across the globe a very good and relaxing break during this period, whether during the northern summer or elsewhere in the world. pie

PIE TAKES TRADITIONAL SUMMER BREAK; Dailies restart on 17 August

The Property Investor Europe team is taking the traditional summer break, reporting items on merit here until resumption on 17 August. Book your advertising space for PIE's bumper 2015 EXPO REAL magazine now to win best placement!.. also in our Germany Special. Simply email info@pie-mag.com with enquiries and PIE staff will contact you - also during our summer break. pie

China's CIC ¤1.3bn Franco-Belgian mall co-investment breaks logjam - blog

The ¤1.3bn co-investment in a Franco-Belgian mall portfolio by sovereign fund China Investment Corporation has finally broken a barren phase after it has sought to acquire real estate in mainland Europe for at least two years, writes PIE Managing Editor Allan Saunderson in a blog. The deal was confirmed this week by its co-investment partner AEW Europe.

German HRE gets ¤1.16bn pbb IPO away, but price at low end

Munich-based Hypo Real Estate has raised ¤1.16bn in its initial public offering of 80% of its pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank unit, and the share started trading Wednesday. The offer was oversubscribed at a price of ¤10.75 per share, the bottom of the envisioned offer range.

French SNI housing fund, at ¤1.8bn, becomes one of Europe's largest

French state financing institution Caisse des Dépôts has raised ¤1.045bn at the second and final close of its French intermediate housing fund FLI, giving it investment capacity of ¤1.8bn and making it one of the three largest unlisted housing funds in Europe.

Madison confirms Frankfurt Trianon sale at ¤540m, details repositioning

NYC-based Madison International Realty has confirmed reports of the sale of the Trianon office tower in Frankfurt for ¤540m to US REIT NorthStar Realty Finance after refurbishment and repositioning. It bought a 56.95% stake in 2012 for ¤92m from Morgan Stanley.

Singapore’s Oxley buys 20% of Galliard for £50m in London homes push

Singapore developer Oxley has bought a 20% stake in London’s second largest residential developer Galliard Homes for £50m as it looks to tap into strengthening demand from wealthy Asians for UK housing.

M7, Starwood JV acquires 10 Dutch industrial assets from Valad

UK-based M7 Real Estate and US Starwood Capital have bought a portfolio of 10 Dutch light industrial assets through their MStar Europe joint venture. Seller was investment manager Valad Europe. The price was not disclosed.

Credit Suisse liquidating German fund in further payout, of ¤500m

Credit Suisse Asset Management, the German real estate manager of the Swiss banking group, is to pay out a further ¤500m to investors in its CS Euroreal open-end property fund, in liquidation. The fund has now reduced AUM to ¤2.3bn.

French 1H Primonial retail fund inflows rise, institutional slower

French manager Primonial attracted ¤414m inflows to its SCPI and SCI private saver real estate funds in first half, up 22% from 1H14. Its institutional OPCI funds pulled in ¤140m, but it holds to its 2015 OPCI fundraising target of ¤565m.

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