Institutional Real Estate FundTracker
Providing investors and investment managers with reliable data, information and insight on fundraising activity in the private equity real estate arena.
Institutional Real Estate FundTracker reports on the extensive data captured by IREI’s FundTracker database. It is a quarterly electronic publication that provides investors and investment managers with the most comprehensive overview of fund offerings and fundraising activity in the private equity real estate arena. FundTracker features analysis and insights into fundraising activity and trends, fund news, summary tables of recent investor commitments and recent fundraising activity, as well as analysis of fundraising by investment style, geographic focus and fund size. In addition, every quarter the publication reports and summarizes the fundraising volume for that period and features a detailed list of the funds that reached a final close during the previous three months. The quarterly summary issue also includes a sampling of more than 100 funds that are currently being marketed. This extensive data and information provides readers with a global view of the investment landscape, while monitoring capital flows by investment strategy and region.
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Q4/16 finishes strong: But can't push 2016 past $100 billion
42 is the new 40: 42 new investment funds were launched during fourth quarter 2016
Q3/16 shows weakness: fundraising activity continues to trend downward
40 is here to stay: 40 new investment funds were launched during third quarter 2016
Second quarter 2016 shines: Second-best fundraising quarter going back to at least 2013
Staying in the 40's: 41 new investment funds were launched during second quarter 2016
Tipping point? Or merely a bump in the road?: Significantly less capital raised in first quarter 2016 than in 2015
Mirroring the past: 47 new investment funds were launched during first quarter 2016
2015 breaks $100 billion barrier: less capital raised in Q4/15, but it's enough
Starting strong, ending strong: number of funds launched rises at the end of 2015
Impulse equals momentum change: Third quarter numbers at lowest point since third quarter 2014
Deja vu all over again: 33 new investment funds were launched during third quarter 2015