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Elizabeth Bell

Co-Head of Real Estate

Elizabeth is a Managing Director and Co-Head of Real Estate on the Real Assets team, where she is responsible for due diligence of primary, secondary and co-investment opportunities in real estate. She is a member of the Real Asset Investment Committee.  

Prior to joining Hamilton Lane in 2022, Elizabeth was a Managing Director with Jaguar Growth Partners where she was responsible for leading Latin American real estate private equity investments. Previously, Elizabeth was an Investment Manager at Aberdeen Asset Management on the Property Multi-Manager team and was a Vice President at Equity International, responsible for investing in emerging markets real estate companies. Earlier in her career, Elizabeth was an Associate at real estate private equity firm, JER Partners, and an investment banking analyst at Deutsche Bank.  

Elizabeth received her M.B.A from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an A.B. from Princeton University.  

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Private Real Estate: From Peak to Trough – Where Are We Now?

Is private real estate at the top or bottom of the market? Learn what trends and macroeconomic factors are shaping the industry.

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Breaking Ground on Private Real Estate Investing

Liz Bell discusses how investing in private real estate has the potential to enhance cash flow and investment value over time.

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Navigating the Juxtaposition | Challenges and Opportunities in Today's Real Estate Market

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Given its appeal, demand drivers and attractive opportunity to deploy capital, will Industrial Outdoor Storage be the next hot real estate subsector to which institutional capital will flock?

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