Today’s funds should fare better than those that faced the challenges of navigating the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) storm. This, of course, assumes any COVID-19-driven market correction presents fallout comparable to, or less severe than, the industry experienced during the GFC. But market participants can, and should, take comfort in knowing that REPFs are reasonably well-positioned for this downturn relative to pre-GFC fund advises Goodwin’s John M. Ferguson, a partner in and co-chair of the firm’s Private Investment Funds and Real Estate Investment Funds practices. Read the co-authored report in Institutional Real Estate, Inc. here.
In The Press May 11, 2020