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CBRE IM Signs $3B Management Agreement with Singapore’s Income Insurance

Income Insurance, one of the leading composite insurers in Singapore, and CBRE Investment Management (CBRE IM) have signed an investment management agreement under which CBRE IM will take over the management of Income’s existing US$3-billion real estate portfolio, which includes direct and indirect holdings across APAC, North America and EMEA. The appointment follows an extensive competitive pitch process. 

Mark Shi, CIO of Income, said: “Real estate is a strategic asset class in Income’s investment portfolio. As our investment is diversified across physical properties and funds in Singapore and abroad, we are excited to collaborate with CBRE IM and leverage their global footprint and track record with the aim of delivering good long-term returns to our insurance policyholders.” 

In a statement, CBRE IM said, “With CBRE IM’s scale and global footprint, we can work together across multiple territories and investment strategies to seek to create a holistic approach for our client.” 

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