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The Chicago-based investment manager and alternative lender believes these properties could be part of the long-term solution to the US housing crisis.
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The manager is seeing opportunity at a time when most lenders and investors are staying on the sidelines.
The CEO believes real estate private credit could become the biggest part of the Toronto-based manager’s global property business.
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The New York-based manager aims to tap into credit opportunities arising outside of the US.
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Toby Cobb, co-founder and managing partner, also sees a herd mentality emerging around five-year, floating-rate loans. 
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As another real estate cycle begins, it is the managers investing in debt as well as equity that believe they are best set.
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Indraneel Karlekar returns to the New York manager, where he previously headed research during his days with affiliate ING.
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Dallas manager and New Jersey industrial specialist look to scale investment products, institutional investor base and technology through transaction.
Julie Donegan, CalSTRS
Taking charge of the pension giant’s $50bn AUM property business is a daunting task. But Julie Donegan is prepared for the challenge.
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The Newport Beach-based manager has closed its second property credit fund on $3bn, more than double the size of its predecessor.

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