Closed end funds launched in the most recent vintage groups showed higher performance, according to the IRR Annual Index 2020.
Key highlights of the Annual IRR Index include:
- This IRR Annual Index release includes 218 funds, comprised of 111 core and 107 non-core strategy
- Vintages with a year of first closing between 2014 and 2016, delivered the highest pooled IRR
- Non-core funds continue to outperform core strategy funds
Download the report, Excel, and Snapshots below.
Last week, we held two briefings:
On Thursday 30 April we held a briefing on the new Global IRR Index together with ANREV and NCREF where we shared insights on closed end, non-core fund performance in Asia, Europe and the US.
You can also take a look at the latest INREV IQ article, 'On the Money' about the launch of the new Global IRR Index.
This Thursday 30 April, members can join two online briefings.
Join us at 09:30 CET / 08:30 UK for the monthly Tax and Regulatory briefing call on the topic of ‘Tax related cash conservation strategies using COVID-19 relief measures’, presented by Henk de Graaf, Tax Partner at Deloitte in Amsterdam who will discuss this timely and important topic.
Please note the format of the Tax and Regulatory briefing call has changed, members must now register in advance to participate in this interactive web based briefing.