Secondaries have developed into an established and stable market segment within the private equity world in recent years. In a fundamentally illiquid asset class, they are now an important component of strategic asset allocation for many investors. Secondaries offer the possibility of actively managing liquidity, quickly profiting from high returns or strategically reorienting their portfolio.
- Chance of an attractive return with an expected rapid build-up of capital commitment
- Attractive cash flow profile with a compact capital call phase and an early, high distribution level enables a rapid achievement of a positive net cash flow.
- Reduced blind pool risk through the acquisition of an existing investment portfolio
- Selective market inefficiencies and a high number of opportunities in the small transactions segment enable attractive purchase prices and (excess) returns
With our specialised funds Golding Capital Partners offers institutional investors efficient access to the infrastructure asset class, particularly in Europe and North America. We attach great importance to building a broadly diversified portfolio, which makes optimal use of the opportunities offered by infrastructure investments and achieves an attractive, stable level of distributions to our investors as quickly as possible. When analysing and selecting our target funds we draw on our team's many years of experience in direct investing, which allows us to examine the investment opportunities at the level of individual transactions and discuss them on an equal footing with the fund managers. This is how we ensure high investment quality and at the same time gain access to major "leading funds", "hidden champions" – smaller, specialised managers – and attractive secondary market opportunities.
- It cannot be guaranteed that any particular return or income targets are met. Past returns and forecasts are no guarantee for future success.
- Minority shareholders that are not involved in the management of the fund have no or only limited means of exerting an influence over the fund manager.
- At the level of the funds it is often permitted and common to use not insignificant levels of debt, known as leverage. Although the use of leverage can improve the returns, it also increases the potential for losses.
- The market values of the funds may be subject to considerable volatility as a result of macroeconomic factors and/or other market conditions.
- The funds are generally not regulated investment vehicles and only offer limited protection to investors.
- Investors bear the tax and regulatory risks associated with the funds and the investments they make.
- If the risks materialise, investors in the funds may incur losses up to the total loss of their invested capital.
Detailed comments on the risks of the investment programme can be found in the respective issue document.