Ipreo’s Private Capital Markets (PCM) group is an essential part of the Ipreo family.
As part of Ipreo PCM’s efforts to service clients, which include both primary and secondary investors, GPs and LPs, and direct investors and fund investors across buyout, venture, energy, infrastructure, mezzanine, growth equity, real estate, and credit, they’ve provided the Ipreo Blog with a lot of insightful analysis on the state of the private capital markets industry.
The Blog has published multiple pieces related to the private capital markets, covering topics such as the OPM method of allocating value, volatility, and the SEC and Private equity, and today we’re taking a look at real estate investing. In particular, we’re exploring how technology is becoming a crucial part of the way real estate private equity firms do business.
Daniel Giardina and Liz Sullivan, Client Development Analysts within the Ipreo PCM group, recently put together a special report that explores the increasing rate at which firms are adopting technology in the service of real estate investment.
“According to EY’s 2016 Global Market Outlook, by adopting technology, real estate private equity firms have better financial management and improved transparency , making it easier to collect, track, and report to investors property data and performance. Firms who have adopted technology to improve efficiency and data analytics across their business are the ones able to generate the most value and scale as they are able to more easily recognize and quickly address the inefficiencies in underperforming properties.”
Read the entire report: Leveraging Technology in Real Estate Investing