October 2013
EuroProperty;10/21/2013, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on a survey of more than 100 active institutions by Prequin, which found dissatisfaction among institutional investors in real estate, private equity, and infrastructure with the information provided by fund marketers at the initial marketing stage.


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