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[RFP] Korea Post plans to invest $300 mn in real estate mezzanine debts

Apr 23, 2019 (Gmt+09:00)

Korea Post’s savings arm plans to invest around $300 million in mezzanine tranches on commercial properties in the US and other developed countries in 2019 for a gross IRR of 7% or above.


It will select about two fund houses for the mandate which can be undertaken either through a commingled fund or a separately managed account (SMA), Korea Post said on April 19.


It is targeting mezzanine debts, preferred equities and B-notes, with those from the US accounting for at least 50%.


Qualified candidates must manage more than $7 billion in real estate assets.


For a commingled fund type, the proposed fund size must be at least $500 million.


For an SMA type, the proposed investment structure must be co-investment with an overseas institutional investor such as a global pension fund and an insurance company.


The deadline for the proposals is May 7.


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By Chang Jae Yoo


yoocool@hankyung.com



Yeonhee Kim edited this article

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