Our internal research team draws on a wide range of sources to map out themes around legislative change, demand / supply fundamentals, demographic and structural adjustments and infrastructural improvements. From here we refine our asset selection criteria using operational experience.
Our integrated model combines asset management, specialist research capabilities and operational expertise to deliver superior results. We have in-house specialists who are directly responsible for each stage of an investment, from sourcing and underwriting to delivery of the business plan.
We seek to improve the end-user experience by offering a high-quality service and fostering a strong sense of community.
Operating platforms developed in-house capture unmet demand and allow us to increase yield and reduce risk at the asset level.
Our whole team is responsible for sourcing potential assets. Local presence and extensive networks open up multiple channels of investment flow along our select themes. We proactively identify assets impacted by market dislocation to access proprietary opportunities.
Our institutional knowledge is brought to bear in each investment decision. On a weekly basis a detailed review for each investment opportunity is presented by the leading analyst. Each investment is subject to a disciplined review and transparent debate resulting in either a decline “Kill” or “Fill” to move to the next stage.
Rigor and accountability is enforced at each stage of the due diligence process. Each investment is robustly stress tested before receiving Investment Committee approval. The Investment Committee comprises the Firm’s management and senior advisors who have a cumulative 100+ years’ investing experience.
Each asset is directly managed by our team throughout the project’s life. The team combines specialist skill sets to achieve business plan targets.
A rigorous monitoring and reporting process is maintained for all investments, combining internal review with external oversight. Assets are held for the medium- to long-term and exited at the point of optimal return.