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Section one | Latest quarterly data (where available)

2019 Q1 - Infrastructure AUM breakdown

2019 Q1 - Infrastructure AUM by geography

2018 Q4 - Infrastructure AUM breakdown

2018 Q4 - Infrastructure AUM by geography

2018 Q3 - Infrastructure AUM breakdown

2018 Q3 - Infrastructure AUM by geography

2018 Q2 - Infrastructure AUM breakdown

2018 Q2 - Infrastructure AUM by geography

2019 Q2 - Total real estate AUM

2019 Q2 - Type of client

2019 Q2 - Mandate type

2019 Q2 - Unlisted/direct

2019 Q2 - Product type

2019 Q2 - Strategy

2019 Q1 - Total real estate AUM

2019 Q1 - Type of client

2019 Q1 - Mandate type

2019 Q1 - Unlisted/direct

2019 Q1 - Product type

2019 Q1 - Strategy

2018 Q4 - Total real estate AUM

2018 Q4 - Type of client

2018 Q4 - Mandate type

2018 Q4 - Unlisted/direct

2018 Q4 - Product type

2018 Q4 - Strategy

2018 Q3 - Total real estate AUM

2018 Q3 - Type of client

2018 Q3 - Mandate type

2018 Q3 - Unlisted/direct

2018 Q3 - Product type

2018 Q3 - Strategy

2018 Q2 - Total real estate AUM

2018 Q2 - Type of client

2018 Q2 - Mandate type

2018 Q2 - Unlisted/direct

2018 Q2 - Product type

2018 Q2 - Strategy

Q1 2018 - Total real estate AUM

Q1 2018 - Type of client

Q1 2018 - Mandate type

Q1 2018 - Unlisted/direct

Q1 2018 - Product type

Q1 2018 - Strategy

Q4 2017 - Total real estate AUM

Q4 2017 - Type of client

Q4 2017 - Mandate type

Q4 2017 - Unlisted/direct

Q4 2017 - Product type

Q4 2017 - Strategy




Section two | Data from the IPE Real Assets Top 100 Real Estate Investment Managers as at 30 June 2018 (unless stated)

Please note: data will only be displayed here for managers that participated in the survey. Click here to examine and interrogate more Top 100 data including breakdown by client type, sector, strategy, region, investment vehicle, mandate type and more.

Key Data - Total real estate AUM

Key Data - Total RE AUM - mandate type

Key Data - AUM by type of capital owner clients

Key Data - Total AUM unlisted/direct

Key Data - Unlisted/direct: pooled or segregated




Section three | Data from the IPE Real Assets Top 75 Infrastructure Investment Managers

Please note: data will only be displayed here for managers that participated in the survey.

AUM summary

Infrastructure AUM by geography

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