FundTracker TrendWatch Reports


FundTracker TrendWatch 5-15-18

According to the IREI FundTracker database, investors are showing a strong preference for regionally focused funds, with global funds continuing to raise less capital than other strategies.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 5-8-18

According to IREI’s FundTracker database, global funds account for 41 percent of the capital raised YTD 2018 in funds reaching a final closing. In 2017, global funds accounted for only 18 percent of the capital raised.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 4-17-18

According to the IREI FundTracker database, private equity infrastructure funds closing in first quarter 2018 raised significantly less capital than those closing first quarter 2017. If things continue in this direction, it will add 2018 to the ebb and flow pattern seen since at least 2013, where odd number years are good for infrastructure fundraising, and even numbered years not so good.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 4-3-18

According to IREI’s FundTracker database, more capital was raised by real estate investment funds closing in Q1/2018 than in any first quarter since 2015.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 3-20-18

According to data from IREI’s FundTracker database, infrastructure funds are continuing to grow in size, with the largest dominating the market. Funds raising more than $2 billion accounted for 74 percent of the capital raised, while funds raising $3 billion or more brought in 56 percent of the capital. Those raising less than $500 million accounted for only 4 percent of the total capital raised.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 3-6-18

During the past three years, more than 60 percent of capital was raised by mega-funds. Funds raising less than $500 million accounted for about 60 percent of the number of funds, but less than 20 percent of the capital raised.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 2-20-18

According to IREI’s FundTracker database, infrastructure funds took a bit more time to close in 2017 than they did in 2016. Averages can be deceiving, however, as both the two fastest and two slowest closing funds were European.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 2-6-18

According to IREI’s FundTrack database, real estate funds holding a final close in 2017 were on offer for about 18.0 months. This compares to 18.7 months in both 2014 and 2015, and 19 months in 2016. Trimmed averages confirm that marketing times are inching down, with 2017’s trimmed mean coming in at 17.1 months compared to 17.7 months and 17.6 months in 2015 and 2016, respectively.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 1-16-18

According to IREI’s FundTracker database, preliminary 2017 numbers indicate that infrastructure fundraising has continued its ebb and flow fundraising pattern, with 2014 being a down year, 2015 being up, 2016 being down and 2017 being up again. During this time, the market is moving in an overall upward direction.

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FundTracker TrendWatch 1-2-18

According to IREI’s FundTracker database, only 19 funds have reported a final closing so far in Q4 2017, with an aggregate total of capital raised coming in at $13.6 billion. This is significantly fewer than the number of funds closed in Q4 2016, as well as significantly less capital raised.

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