Active or passive management of real estate fund funds?

In an article published on the EXAME website, Franklin Tanioka, senior analyst at RBR Asset’s multi-strategy management team and listed FIIs, explains some essential differences to better understand how the passive and active management of a fund works.

“We see space for the two types of FoF management in the investor’s portfolio. Passive management funds are simplified alternatives for having exposure to a certain sector and have been growing in recent years with the emergence of some funds such as IFI-D and IFI-E . On the other hand, actively managed funds have dedicated teams that seek at all times the best risk-return ratio for investors,” he explains.

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