Investors - APRIL 11, 2017

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GPIF searches for global real estate, infrastructure asset managers

by Jody Barhanovich

The $1.312 trillion Tokyo–based Government Pension Investment Fund is searching for new global real estate and infrastructure asset managers in order to implement alternative investments into private equity, infrastructure, and real estate, both in and out of Japan.

The new global infrastructure asset managers must follow a core investment strategy, focusing on diversified brownfield infrastructure assets, primarily in developed countries. The new real estate asset managers must also follow a core investment strategy, primarily in developed countries as well.

With the addition of the new managers, GPIF hopes to invest in more diverse global real estate and infrastructure investments and provide Japanese investors with more global opportunity as well.

Registration will be open on April 11. GPIF will begin its review process on June 1. Applications can be found on GP

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