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TPG Real Estate Closes Opportunistic Fund North of $6.8B

TPG Real Estate (TPGRE), the dedicated real estate platform of global alternative asset firm TPG, has closed its latest opportunistic real estate equity fund, TPG Real Estate Partners IV (TREP IV). The fund was oversubscribed, securing more than $6.8 billion of total commitments, nearly twice that of TREP III

TREP IV was formed as a continuation of TPGRE’s opportunistic real estate fund series. Its strategy focuses on thematic investing primarily in property‐rich platforms and strategic portfolio aggregations in the U.S. and Europe.  

“We are focused on investing behind themes backed by either long term secular trends or dislocations caused by capital market volatility,” said Avi Banyasz, co-head of TPGRE. “With the close of this fund, we have more dry powder than at any other time in TPGRE’s history.”  

TPGRE also manages TPG Thematic Advantage Core-Plus, which had its final closing earlier in 2022 at its hard cap of approximately $1.8 billion. 


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