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Over the coming two years 72 funds have their termination dates scheduled putting €11.0 billion of the NAV into the market. Of those funds which are due to terminate between 2016 and 2018, 29 funds are terminating in each of 2016 and 2017 and 14 the year after. The majority of funds terminating in 2016 are value added (41.4%) followed by opportunity (31.0%) and core (27.6%) funds. In 2017, the trend changes with more core funds (41.4%) being terminated, followed by opportunity (31.0%) and value added vehicles (27.6%).
Source : INREV
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