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Actis

[ASK 2021] The Investment Case for Asia Real Estate

Nov 04, 2021 (Gmt+09:00)



Actis is a leading global investor in sustainable infrastructure. Actis has raised US $24bn since inception and operates with sustainability at its core. Actis believes Values Drive Value, through deep operational experience, on the ground presence and a value-led approach. Actis delivers competitive returns for its institutional investors and measurable positive impact for the countries, cities and communities in which it invests. Actis is a signatory to the United Nations backed Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI), an investor initiative developed by the UNEP FI and the UN Global Compact. The firm has consistently been awarded the highest rating score in the UN Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) independent assessment.

[Speakers' Biography]
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Brian Chinappi
Brian has been working in the growth markets of Asia for over two decades. He joined Actis in 2018 through the sale of Standard Chartered Bank’s Principal Finance Real Estate group. Under his leadership, this business invested over USD 1 billion in opportunistic real estate throughout China, Korea, India and Southeast Asia. Before this, Brian spent sixteen years at RREEF, the real estate investment management arm of Deutsche Bank, almost all of the time based in Asia. Brian started his career with Bankers Trust’s real estate banking group. He holds a degree in economics from Georgetown University. Brian manages Actis’ real estate investing in Asia, including an opportunistic real estate fund and related special managed accounts.


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