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Introducing Institutional Real Estate, Inc.'s FundTracker Database

The Institutional Real Estate And Infrastructure Database That Does The Work For You

SAN RAMON, Calif., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Institutional Real Estate, Inc. is pleased to announce that it now provides qualified institutional real estate investors with unlimited, 24/7/365 access to its exclusive FundTracker database. Developed in 1996 but now available for the first time commercially, this comprehensive database is also available to qualified investment managers, consultants and others who have a need to monitor and track institutional real property investors, investment managers, consultants and their investment offerings, allocations, commitments and deals.

The FundTracker database provides investors with detailed information on separate account, investment club, and open- and closed-end fund offerings focusing on various property types and global markets. Data is available on current offerings as well as historical offerings dating back to 1996, as well as detailed information on other institutional investors, their investment allocations, past investment commitments and key contacts. In addition, detailed information on investment managers, offerings, placement agents and consultants is also available, as well as property transaction data associated with specific investment managers or investment entities (such as REITs and other real estate operating companies). And the database can be mined to identify investment managers by investment risk profile, product type, property investment type, and geographic market focus, as well as help the user identify and access key information about well-established and newer, emerging managers and first-time fund sponsors.

One of the unique features offered by IREI's FundTracker database is its proprietary "ALERT" system, which enables users to customize the information they want to track as well as the frequency with which they wish to be alerted. Alerts can be tailored to track changes in organizations, offerings or transactions, with alerts receivable on an immediate, daily or weekly basis.

Each email alert summarizes the specific type of change that has been made, and provides a link that takes users directly to the affected record in the database.

Ultimately, this service converts the database from a passive tool that requires user action to derive value into an active tool that pushes relevant updates directly to the user. In other words, instead of requiring the user to work the database, it puts the database to work for the user.

Subscribers to the database already include more than 200 executives at more than 175 pension funds, foundations, endowments, sovereign wealth funds, insurance companies and family offices around the globe, as well as more than 100 investment managers and other service providers to these institutional investors.

For more information about Institutional Real Estate, Inc.'s FundTracker database or to arrange for an interactive demo of the system's capabilities, in the Americas, contact Jonathan A. Schein at [email protected]; in Europe, contact Sheila Hopkins at [email protected]; in Australia or the Asia Pacific region, contact Alex Eidlin at [email protected]. To schedule a demo online go to http://www.irei.com/demorequest

About Institutional Real Estate, Inc.
Founded in 1987, Institutional Real Estate, Inc. is the publisher of several award-winning industry trade publications, including The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Americas, The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Europe, The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Asia Pacific and Institutional Investing in Infrastructure.

In addition to its publishing operations, the company provides free online access to and alerts on breaking real estate and infrastructure investment industry news and information, aggregated from hundreds of leading newswires and business publications. It also offers a subscription-based premium newswire service (Institutional Real Estate Newline or IREN) that delivers to its subscribers proprietary breaking news on institutional real estate and infrastructure investment industry organizations, investment offerings and deals.

Institutional Real Estate, Inc. also is the creator and manager of the FundTracker database, a subscription-based information service designed for institutional investors and the people and companies who serve them. The database tracks institutional real estate investors, investment managers, fund and separate account offerings, real estate investment consultants, placement agents, and real estate investment manager search activity, as well as property acquisitions and sales conducted by the investment managers and investors covered by the database. The system also provides a user-driven alert system that enables users to customize the types of information to which they wish to be alerted, and the frequency with which those alerts are delivered. Links embedded in the instant, daily or weekly email updates take users directly to the record that has been updated in the database.

To complement its publishing, newswire and database offerings, Institutional Real Estate, Inc. also sponsors several public conference offerings, including the Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Series, which has been offered in Europe, the Americas and the Asia Pacific Region. In addition, the company sponsors the Institutional Investing In Infrastructure conferences.

The company currently has offices in San Ramon, London, New York City and Singapore.

For additional information on the company and its businesses, visit http://www.irei.com

SOURCE Institutional Real Estate, Inc.

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