Investor relations in today's non-listed real estate industry is complex, with many responsibilities from fundraiser to internal and external client relationship manager, to product designer, to strategist. That’s why it’s so important to act as a bridge and maintain transparent and productive relationships between investors and investment managers. This INREV Investor Relations and Communications course focuses on how this role touches on many aspects of investment managers’ work, such as product development, capital raising, tax and regulatory issues and managing relationships with investors.
The Attendance Fee is:
€750 for INREV members
€1000 for non-members
In case you have any questions, please reach out to INREV Academy
The course examines the universe of investors and what is driving their investment requirements. It takes an in-depth look at capital raising strategies and managing investor relations, from launch to exit. It also outlines current issues for fundraisers such as first closings, barriers to securing allocations from investors, and managing strategies for popular products, such as club deals.
Leading industry experts will conduct group discussions for participants to share their views.
The course will cover the following topics:
- Latest trends in the real estate investor market and implications for managers
- The dos and don’ts of investor relations in challenging market circumstances
- Marketing and developing products in the current economic and regulatory environment
- Managing investor relations through an investment’s lifetime
- Navigating the diversity of investors around the globe
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Gain a solid overview of best practice communication strategies between managers and investors
- Understand the role of investor relations in developing and raising capital for new products
- Learn the process of managing investor relations through an investment’s lifetime
- Develop a solid understanding of current challenges facing investor relations
- Learn how expanding the range of investment products affects the investor relations’ role
This course will be of interest to a broad range of professionals looking to improve their understanding of the role of investor relations and best practices in communications strategies between investors and fund managers. This could include fund managers, investor relations managers and advisors. It is also beneficial for investors who are interested in gaining an understanding of how fund managers are managing issues, such as marketing new investment products and exit strategies.
Hyatt Regency Blackfriars
19 New Bridge St
This training course is open to both members and non-members and counts towards the INREV/Henley Certificate for Non-listed Real Estate Investments as an Elective course.