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Evelyn Lee

Evelyn Lee is Editor for PEI Group’s real estate-focused publication, PERE, overseeing global news coverage for both its digital and print platforms. Based in London, she manages a team of journalists across PEI’s offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. She joined the company in its New York office in July 2011 as a reporter covering the industry in the Americas. She became senior reporter in January 2014 and was promoted to news editor in July 2015. Evelyn relocated to PEI's headquarters office in London in 2018 and was promoted to editor in 2019. Prior to joining PEI in 2011 she covered commercial real estate, economic development and environmental issues at NJBIZ, a New Jersey-focused business publication.
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Sustainability and DE&I have taken a back seat to more urgent macro issues. Will organisations be able to get back on track?
DE&I Women
Women are no longer confined to support roles in the industry. But they are still to find an equal footing with men.
PERE Asia 2023
Some managers fear private real estate is losing sight of ESG requirements as more immediate issues move to the top of the priority list.
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The private markets division of asset manager Schroders plans to make repurposing town centres a key component of its investment strategy.
Schroders London
The new hire will lead the firm’s investments in the space, including an expansion from the UK to continental Europe later this year.
A core set of KPIs, selected by associations NCREIF and PREA from hundreds of metrics, is intended to address the ‘Wild Wild West’ of ESG reporting.
The global real estate investor prioritises diverse succession planning and is adding more women to its senior leadership.
With property costs mounting in many of the world’s environmentally vulnerable markets, climate change is increasingly becoming an issue that the industry is being called to address now.

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