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Steady growth for Luxembourg real estate investment funds

The number of real estate investment funds (REIFs) domiciled in Luxembourg grew 10 per cent in 2015, according to a survey by the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (Alfi) and EY Luxembourg.

Private capital fundraising hits record high in 2015

Last year was another strong year for private capital fundraising with 1,061 funds closed securing a combined $550bn in investor commitments, according to data from Preqin.

Investors scramble for real estate opportunities in crowded Asia Pacific markets

Real estate activity in the Asia Pacific region next year will continue to display solid inflows of capital in search of investment opportunities and safe havens, says a report from PwC.

Real estate fundraising surges topping 2014 numbers

Fundraising for private real estate funds has been strong in 2015 with $86bn raised in the first three quarters surpassing the $75bn raised during the same period in 2014, according to Preqin data.

Investment manager platform targets small and mid-sized businesses

Enhanced Capital and FocusPoint Private Capital Group have formed Enhanced FocusPoint (EFP), a partnership to source, seed and launch a series of private investment funds.

Pension funds increase allocations to alternatives and boost foreign investment through fund structures

Pension funds are boosting allocations on a global scale to alternatives away from equities and bonds. At the same time pension funds are also increasingly looking beyond their borders for investment opportunities.

Luxembourg finance minister warns funds industry of more scrutiny as fintech threatens to disrupt sector

Investment funds are on the radar of the G20, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). They will play a key role in the future vis-à-vis economic stability and in the world economy, said Luxembourg’s finance minister Pierre Gramegna.