A void exists in the capital allocation process between operating partners – entrepreneurs uniquely positioned to source and execute on exceptional asset-rich opportunities – and prospective investors looking for efficient access to differentiated investment exposures.

Alternative market gap

Competing alternative investment managers have raised increasingly larger multi-billion dollar funds, with relatively few new funds filling the gap left behind

Banks restricted

Traditional financing sources have increasing regulatory constraints and restricted investment mandates driving continued disintermediation

early institutional capital

Attractive, less competitive situations too small for large funds to efficiently manage and too large or complex for non-institutional investors exist across multiple investment verticals

structural fit

Limited duration market opportunities that are too short to justify a dedicated fund align with opportunistic capital and robust recycling

operational value-add

Many operating partners need assistance with underwriting, controls, and reporting that are required by capital allocators