The Carlyle Group is in talks with real estate developer China Vanke to acquire some of its commercial properties.
JD Capital has invested RMB600 million ($98 million) in Shenzhen International Enterprise for a 10.42% stake in the Chinese real estate developer.
KKR and Australia Securities Exchange-listed Abacus Property Group have together agreed to buy a majority stake in three office towers that form part of Melbourne’s World Trade Centre (WTC) for A$120.4 million ($112.3 million).
The Xander Group has invested INR4 billion ($65 million) in India realty firm Supertech to finance township and housing projects in Gurgaon in North India.
Tata Opportunities Fund (TOF), the flagship vehicle of Tata Capital, has invested INR4.68 billion ($80 million) in South Indian real estate developer Shriram Properites.
Fangdd.com, a Chinese real estate portal, has raised $80 million in a Series B funding from Vision Knight Capital, Lightspeed China Partners and CDH Venture.
A PAG-led consortium has acquired a portfolio of around EUR700 million ($954 million) in primary subordinated loans held by Commerzbank’s Japan real estate subsidiary, plus local operations and staff.
Warburg Pincus has agreed to buy HK$77.5 million worth of shares in Chinese property developer Jinmao Investments’ Hong Kong IPO, which is targeting up to HK$3.39 billion ($437 million).
China Investment Corp. (CIC) has said it will improve management of its overseas investments after China's National Audit Office (NAO) said mismanagement had led to losses.
China’s Minsheng Bank has committed RMB370 million ($60 million) to a private equity fund established by Modern Land, a Hong Kong-listed property developer.
KKR has teamed up with Hong Kong-based hedge fund LIM Advisors to acquire a commercial property in Seoul’s central business district. It is the private equity firm’s first real estate deal in South Korea.
TPG is said to have emerged as the sole final bidder for DTZ, the property services arm of Australian engineering and property management company UGL.
Chinese conglomerate Fosun Group has bought Tokyo-based real estate management firm IDERA Capital Management from Japanese private equity firm Unison Capital. Financial terms were not disclosed.
TPG Capital and Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah Nasional have together invested PHP5.8 billion ($132 million) in Philippines-based housing developer 8990 Holdings.
Indian private equity firm Milestone Capital Advisors has exited its stake in a 250,000 square foot commercial property in Pune for INR1.45 billion ($24 million).
Gaw Capital has agreed to acquire Pacific Century Place, a Beijing residential and commercial complex, from Premium Century Premium Development - the real estate unit of Hong Kong's PCCW - for $928 million.
TPG Capital is planning to sell a portfolio of real estate assets held by Inghams Enterprises that could more than cover the equity commitment it made when buying the Australian poultry producer last year.
Sunshine 100 China Holdings - a commercial and residential real estate developer backed by Warburg Pincus - has raised about HK$2 billion ($259 million) after pricing its Hong Kong IPO at the bottom of the indicative price range.
Haichang Holdings, a Chinese theme park and property developer backed by Hony Capital and Orix Corp, is seeking to raise up to HK$2.68 billion ($345 million) through a Hong Kong IPO.
India's Milestone Capital Advisors has named Alok Aggarwal as managing partner and chief executive officer of its real estate business.
AIG Global Real Estate has reportedly agreed to sell its India asset management business to Canada's Brookfield Asset Management. The financial terms of the transaction, which is likely to be completed by the end of this month, are not known.
BlackRock-owned real estate investor MGPA has sold its stake in The Westin Singapore hotel to Japan’s Daisho Group for a reported S$468 million ($369 million).
GIC Private, Singapore's sovereign wealth fund, has acquired The Blackstone Group's 50% stake in 5 Broadgate (5BG), a London office building which is due for completion in 2015, for around GBP1.7 billion ($2.8 billion).
Piramal Group’s Indiareit unit and India Infoline (IIFL) have backed an Ashiana Homes-Landcraft Projects housing joint venture with INR1 billion ($16.3 million) and INR800 million, respectively.