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Stephen Schwarzman calls Breit vehicle ‘some of our best work’ after limits on investor withdrawals
Basically, aggressively ratchet up rents and restart evictions
Plus, Vodafone’s CEO packs up his desk and Digital Currency Group’s FTX-esque fiasco
BREIT contagion candidates
Redemptions from Breit accelerated in July as Asian property markets plunged and interest rates rose
Relax though, this isn’t the summer of 2007
Plus, can bitcoin reinflate?
Plus, what to expect from the Wirecard trial, and Credit Suisse and HSBC take the stage at the FT banking summit
Private equity group sells stakes in Las Vegas casinos
They love their $145bn property trust, and think you should too
Italian family and US alternatives giant close in on buyout of transport infrastructure company
US investigators allege workers as young as 13 employed in abattoirs in ‘oppressive’ conditions
Direct lending from private credit firms is efficient but pricey
Private equity firm teams up with sovereign wealth funds in buyout of US conglomerate’s climate tech arm
Plus, the $168mn motivating Peloton’s new chief and investors try not to get too excited about Mobileye’s successful listing
Can BREIT weather the rockier property market, or will it break bad?
One of the more interesting takeaways from third-quarter results is the juxtaposition in the firm’s credit business
Asset manager marks down value of its investment portfolio but reports rising management fees
Acquirer of song catalogues from Blondie to Neil Young says market value has fallen to half the value of its catalogues
Auction process held back by disagreements over tax, deal structure and Roger Waters views on Ukraine war
US bank’s asset management arm targets retirement schemes’ illiquid holdings
Low interest rates made investing in song catalogues a hot trend on Wall Street. As interest rates rise, what happens now?
Disposal of UK resort group comes as consumers face a squeeze on their holiday budgets
Wealthy individuals viewed as new market for asset classes such as credit, private equity and real estate
Plus, Anthony Scaramucci inks a crypto deal at sea and the FT counts down the biggest ‘debt monsters’