Morgan Stanley to take charge of ING REIM sale

Phillips, Mike
May 2010
EG: Estates Gazette;5/29/2010, Issue 1021, p39
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The article reports that Morgan Stanley has been chosen to manage the sale of ING Real Estate Investment Management (REIM), the world's biggest property fund manager in June 2010. Giant fund managers Blackstone and Blackrock are among the companies that show interest in bidding for the business. Dutch bank ING announced that it would sell its subsidiary firm ING REIM as part of its divestment plans during the credit crunch.


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