CBRE Global Investors
CBRE Global Investors was founded in 1972 as the investment management subsidiary of Coldwell, Banker & Company and began investing in real estate for U.S. tax-exempt investors that same year.
By 1998 the firm had $6 billion of assets under management in separate accounts and commingled funds. That same year CB Commercial, as the parent company was then known, acquired Richard Ellis International to create CB Richard Ellis, the leading global real estate services organization.
Over the next decade, CBRE Global Investors underwent significant strategic changes, growing from a domestic pension fund adviser to a multi-strategy global investment organization. By putting in place a dedicated team model and leveraging our unique access to a global real estate platform, the firm branched out from Los Angeles and London to 20 offices across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East and expanded its program offerings from core-only direct programs to a series of complementary strategies positioned along the risk/return spectrum.
In 2011, CBRE acquired substantially all of the ING Real Estate Investment Management (ING REIM) operations in Europe and Asia from Netherlands-based ING Group N.V., as well as Clarion Real Estate Securities (CRES), its U.S.-based global real estate listed securities business. The newly acquired operations have been merged with the company’s existing real estate investment management business, and the combined business now operates as CBRE Global Investors.
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CBRE Global Investors
Los Angeles - Global HQ
515 South Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Total Equity Raised** (NTR)
Number of Liquidity Events*** (NTR)
* Total assets for all active alternative investments at most recent quarter end.
** During offering periods, including DRIP proceeds, for all offerings.
*** As defined by Blue Vault where total liquidity has been achieved for common stock.
(Data current through Q4 2016)
Please note the following when reviewing the product detail table(s) below:
- Total Asset figures listed are from the last quarter reported prior to the full-cycle event (or merger with another firm).
- Blue Vault does not consider it a full liquidity event for the common shareholders until they can sell their shares or get cashed out completely.
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