05 Sep 2016
In the past few years, a growing number of funds have reached the end of their life and the process to liquidate, restructure or extend has been undertaken.  The success of this procedure appears to have been somewhat mixed leaving some investors and fund managers, no doubt, frustrated and disappointed.  This led to INREV, AREF and IPF setting up the End of Fund Life Project.

Author

Rachel Portlock

Rachel Portlock

Real Estate Consultant

Rachel is an independant investment management professional in real estate.

Previous to working as a consultant, Rachel worked as a Strategist in the Real Estate Team at Aviva Investors for 10 years and before that, at Henderson Global Investors.

Rachel has taken on a number of projects for AREF over the last few years, including the End of Fund Life Project, the Fund Structures Report, the History of AREF and is also working on the Open Ended Fund Pricing Project, in conjunction with INREV.