Asia fund managers and offshore platforms, a pair on a declining curve? An Article Titled Asia fund managers and offshore platforms, a pair on a declining curve? Over the past decades, the Asia Pacific region has developed rapidly and become a renowned playground for worldwide investors. The blend of diversified economies, from mature markets such as Australia, Japan and South Korea to developing ones likes South East Asia—combined with relatively less investment constraints—have tempted major investment firms while allowing local players to expand in size.
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The acquisition bolsters its private assets and real estate capabilities, following recent purchases of Munich-based real estate specialist Blue Asset Management, and Europe-focused hotel investment and management firm Algonquin. London-based fund manager Schroders will acquire a majority stake in Pamfleet, a value-add real estate investment manager with offices in Hong Kong and Singapore, for an undisclosed sum, the company announced in a statement on Thursday. Its team of 19 investment professionals will remain with the organization, according to the announcement. The acquisition brings Schroders significant additional industry expertise and geographical reach into some of the largest and fastest-growing Asian real estate markets, which are attractive to its global clientele, and will give Pamfleet access to the broader investment capabilities and distribution network of the wider Schroders business.
Asia fund managers and offshore platforms, a pair on a declining curve?
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