Interval Fund

Interval Fund

A mutual fund with shares that may be sold or redeemed on certain, stated dates. That is, an interval fund combines features of an open end mutual fund with a closed end mutual fund.
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Bluerock's flagship interval fund, the Bluerock Total Income+ Real Estate Fund, brought in more than USD 84 million in July; up 75% from the previous July, and is averaging over USD 4.3 million in daily inflows year to date.
LOS ANGELES: City National Rochdale launched the City National Rochdale Strategic Credit Fund, a Closed-End Interval Fund registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940.
That's what spurred Jacob Mohs to create the Interval Fund Tracker this year.
FS Investments launched its first closed-end interval fund, FS Energy Total Return Fund.
The fund is a closed-end interval fund that invests in debt securities and provides limited liquidity on a quarterly basis.
Earlier, from 2016 to 2018, he was CFO, treasurer and secretary of a public-reporting business development company and a closed-end interval fund and was managing director of the alternative asset management firm sponsoring those companies.
Griffin Institutional Access Real Estate Fund, a closed-end interval fund registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940, is an actively managed portfolio of private real estate funds and public real estate securities, diversified by property type, geography and fund manager, offering daily pricing and periodic liquidity at net asset value.
ICICI Prudential MF has declared as the record date for announcing of dividend under the ICICI Prudential interval fund - quarterly interval plan III and half-yearly interval plan II.
Flat Rock Global is also the investment advisor to Flat Rock Opportunity Fund, an interval fund investing predominantly in CLO equity.
CHICAGO: Destra Capital Management LLC launched the Destra International & Event-Driven Credit Fund, a registered 1940 Act closed-end interval fund sub-advised by BlueBay Asset Management.
NexPoint Advisors is an SEC-registered investment adviser to a suite of alternative investment vehicles, including a closed-end fund, a business development company, and an interval fund, among others.
The event includes experts from a registered interval fund, a registered open-end fund, and a private equity fund.