Survival of the fittest

IPRE November - December 2014

Real estate investment managers are being forced to adapt to a harsher environment. Investors are increasingly looking to invest with fewer managers and are demanding more reporting and transparency. There is a need to be able to deploy capital much more quickly than was expected in the past, meaning that a particular investment strategy can be out of date by the time ‘blind-pool’ fundraising has taken place.

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Ivonne Forno, CEO of Laborfonds