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Capitalium and Raizers join forces to launch a European investment fund

Capitalium and Raizers have established themselves as leading players in their respective markets. The two companies are launching a partnership investment fund designed to co-invest in real estate transactions selected by Raizers. The creation of this mortgage fund will provide unique access, alongside private and institutional investors, to transactions worth up to $8.77 million (€8 million).

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Raizers, the European real estate crowdfunding platform, and Capitalium, the Swiss-based asset manager and family office, are launching a partnership investment fund designed to co-invest, alongside the crowdfunders, in real estate transactions selected by Raizers.

“We share the same philosophy with Capitalium, which designs wealth management with tailor-made products,” commented Maxime Pallain, CEO of Raizers Switzerland.

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An alliance between two leading players

Over the last few years, Capitalium and Raizers have established themselves as two leading players in their respective markets. This collaboration reinforces the innovative dynamics of both companies.

Capitalium Advisors is an independent Geneva-based wealth management company that offers premium services to Swiss and international clients. The offer of Capitalium Advisors revolves around 3 axes: CASA INVEST (portfolio management), CASA ADVICE (Family Office services), and CASA NEXGEN (support for the new generation). Through its partner company, Schoeb Frote, the group is also involved in financial advice to companies and pension funds.

The creation of this mortgage fund will provide unique access, alongside private and institutional investors, to transactions worth up to $8.77 million (€8 million). This initiative is part of an acceleration phase in a European crowdfunding market with a very strong growth in demand (+102% in 2019).

Innovation at the service of two sectors

This partnership aims to combine the best of both worlds, that of traditional but innovative finance, in search of alternative and responsible investment opportunities, and that of fintech companies, which brings transparency and simplicity to investor and entrepreneur clients.

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“The profession of asset manager must face the constant increase in the level of client expectations. We seek to facilitate access to the finance of tomorrow by lending directly to real estate developers while offering the best possible guarantees to our investors. This partnership is in line with our desire to constantly improve our value proposition through an increasingly competitive, innovative, and differentiated offer for our clients,” said Clément Schoeb, co-founder of Capitalium.

Capitalium and Raizers are optimistic about the new financial project

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Capitalium and Raizers remain more enthusiastic than ever about the good prospects of this financial project, and have even decided to accelerate its launch. The message to investors is promising: “We are very confident about the future of our business. We represent the new approach to finance, impact finance: the one that is measurable, the one that finances the real, the one that is in line with growth. We share this same philosophy with Capitalium, which designs wealth management with tailor-made products that are meaningful and consistent with the real needs of clients,” said Maxime Pallain, CEO Raizers Switzerland.

This new development confirms the place of real estate crowdfunding within traditional financial portfolios. It provides healthy diversification and excellent complementarity (different risk factors) with assets listed on the stock exchange (equities and bonds). In management, this feature is particularly attractive because it allows clients to offer more robust allocations in periods of financial market volatility.

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