The IRR Index measures the since inception internal rate of return performance of European closed end non-listed real estate vehicles. Performance is measured net of fees and costs, and is computed on both a pooled return basis and an equally weighted basis.
Vitaliy Tonenchuk, Senior Research and Analytics Manager at INREV joined by Matthias Pilz, Head of Investment Strategy & Investor Relations at Allianz Real Estate, discuss the first results of the INREV Asset Level Index that was launched during the 2019 Annual Conference in Venice.
INREV releases a quarterly overview of the key characteristics of all non-listed real estate vehicles in Europe. The data is taken from INREV's vehicles database.
The INREV German Vehicles Quarterly Index covers the performance of non-listed real estate vehicles domiciled in Germany on a quarterly basis.
The All German Vehicles Quarterly Index can be further broken down by style, country, structure, legal structure and sector.
ANREV is pleased to invite you to a series of briefings across Munich, Amsterdam and London from 25 June to 27 June 2019 covering ‘China’s boom and bust economy and what this means for its real estate market’.
The Index is wholly comprised of open end core commingled equity real estate funds that have a strategy to invest across pan Europe and across multiple sectors. Funds must comply with a strict eligibility criteria for four consecutive quarters in a row to be included in the index.
The INREV Index is a performance index for European non-listed real estate funds investing 90% or more in Europe. The information for the quarterly goes back to Q2 2000. The Quarterly Index is published 8 weeks after the end of the quarter, and reports are available in PDF format. The reports cover the performance of non-listed funds in Euro, USD, GBP, JPY, AUD and in Local Currency and are available for members only, please login to download.