Markets move,
your security shouldn’t.

We work to a comprehensive framework of corporate governance and risk management procedures to protect every stakeholder.

Best of breed management that is focused on true asset quality is embedded in our DNA. Our approach to analysis is systemised with an Investment Committee of highly experienced property professionals working together for optimal outcomes. This committee is responsible for monitoring the investment throughout its life cycle.

We understand that there is no formula which fits every transaction. Due diligence checklists are tailored and checked constantly to identify asset specific risks and ensure decision makers are fully informed. We work closely with all stakeholders so that documentation and capital structures meet the transaction’s requirements and satisfy our own risk and return objectives.

We value insight above formulas, with our direct and hands on management approach ensuring we retain close control of the transaction throughout its lifecycle. Our responsibility only ends when our investors have received proceeds consistent with the targeted returns.

Matters considered include

  • Asset value drivers and due diligence
  • Feasibility assessment and modelling
  • Risk identification and mitigation
  • Counterparty capacity and capability
  • Documentation structure and settlement
  • Capital management and financial leveraging
  • Ongoing management and investor reporting
  • Statutory, tax and accounting compliance
Micro considerations

Infrastructure Changing our Cities

With an established and historically stable economic environment, Australia provides investors a strong platform for returns.
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Macro considerations

A Strong Australian Understanding and Philosophy

With an established and historically stable economic environment, Australia provides investors a strong platform for returns.
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Australian High-Rise Infill Project Melds Two Obsolete Brisbane Office Towers Together As One

Midtown Centre, an elegant, glass-encased new 26-office tower, recently topped out in Brisbane, Australia’s central business district. And with the exception of those intimate with the area, most passersby might never realize that the single building was, not long ago, a pair of outdated, 1970s-era governmental high-rises that have been fused together in what’s been described as a first-of-it’s kind project for Australia.
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