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Anaxago records more than €100 million of investments on its platform in 2020

Anaxago has strengthened its position in alternative real estate, notably by positioning itself in environmental rehabilitation and new usage strategies (coliving, lifestyle, coworking). In 2020, 30 new real estate investments were made, representing nearly $355 million (€300 million) in assets financed, including two acquisitions of over $47.4 million (€40 million) in asset value.

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The Anaxago platform has continued its development strategy and reached an investment amount of nearly $118.4 million (€100 million) in 2020, a 40% increase compared to 2019. In total, this is more than $296 million (€250 million) invested in 230 companies since the company’s creation.

The platform’s investments are mainly focused on innovation, healthcare, and residential real estate, sectors that have been little affected by the current crisis. “Private and professional investors have been very present despite the context of strong hoarding. The stability of the performances, between 8 and 12% served by our club deals and the quality of the range of funds proposed encourage our customers not to let the money sleep in a context of very low rates,” noted Joachim Dupont, co-founder of Anaxago.

In 2020, Anaxago has implemented its strategic plan aiming at developing an integrated financial group that is both a producer of high yield investment products, an advisor and a distributor via the anaxago.com platform. 

“With the current movement towards the digitalization of savings management, we are convinced by the neo-private banking model and are building it around three axes: human support, technological tools and a range of niche opportunities in sectors hitherto reserved for professionals,” added Joachim Dupont. The platform has more than 8,000 private and professional clients and is experiencing strong growth in assets advised by its subsidiary Anaxago Patrimony, which specializes in asset management advice.

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A stronger foothold in alternative real estate

The group has also strengthened its position in alternative real estate, notably by positioning itself in environmental rehabilitation and new usage strategies (coliving, lifestyle, coworking). In 2020, 30 new real estate investments were made, representing nearly $355 million (€300 million) in assets financed, including two acquisitions of over $47.4 million (€40 million) in asset value.

The year was also marked by the issue of the first green bond open to individual investors in partnership with the developer Alsei, which is in line with the group’s SRI policy. In terms of performance, the platform reached a symbolic milestone with the announcement of its 100th successfully redeemed project. The net IRR is 9.1% for 2020, confirming the good performance and resilience of this asset class. The group also invested in Proptechs, making its first investment in a European company: the Belgian Proptech SweepBright.

“We are pleased to have successfully implemented our innovation and diversification strategy, despite the health crisis. By continuing to support our investors and enriching our offer, we have now passed the $296 million (€250 million) mark. We have also accelerated our consulting and distribution offer in open architecture with Anaxago Patrimony and we are digging our furrow in real estate with Anaxago Capital”, said Joachim Dupont.

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Olivia McCall is passionate about education, women and children’s rights, and the environment. A long-time investor, she covers news about the latest stocks (lately marijuana and tech), IPOs and indices, and is always on the lookout for socially responsible startups. She also writes about the food sector, and has a keen interest on cryptocurrencies.