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Real estate investment managers experience mixed recovery from COVID-19

21 October, 2021: The 2021 Global Management Survey, published by NAREIM, INREV and Ferguson Partners, paints a varied picture of real estate investment managers’ recovery from COVID-19.  In terms of 2020 financial performance, 38% of respondents recorded a 10% increase in EBITDA, while 32% reported a 10% drop.

The median firm in the survey recorded net AUM growth of 6%.  While still positive, this reflects the first year of slowing growth since 2016. The survey reports 29% of respondents recording a year-on-year fall in AUM – up from 21% in 2019.

Returns soar for European non-listed real estate in Q2

15 September 2021, Amsterdam – Results from the latest pan-European INREV Quarterly Asset Level Index reveal the strong performance of European non-listed real estate. Total returns hit 3.01% in Q2 2021, driven largely by capital growth of 2.10% (up from 0.42% the previous quarter) and marking the fourth consecutive quarter of positive performance, and the best quarterly result in three and a half years. 

Funds of funds post record high €43.4 billion AUM in 2020

14 July 2021, Amsterdam – Funds of funds globally increased their total value of assets under management (AUM) to a record high of at least €43.4 billion at the end of 2020, marking the third consecutive year of growth, according to the ANREV / INREV /NCREIF Fund Manager Survey 2021. The Fund of Funds Study 2021, jointly published by INREV and ANREV today, paints a similar picture of a consistently dominant appetite for large, core style funds of funds with global strategies, in particular.