Custodian Capital Limited is a specialist subsidiary of Mattioli Woods plc that is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority to establish and operate bespoke structures for High Net Worth individuals and Sophisticated Investors. Whilst Custodian Capital Limited is fund manager to a £200m and ever-growing Real Estate Investment Trust (“REIT”), it also has the ability to facilitate and manage other investments that are not always property specific. To date, we have provided both short-term and long-term property finance and co-invested equity, all of which have been secured by underlying assets.
As fund manager to Custodian REIT, we are able to offer retail investors an attractive income return from a main market listed, diversified property fund. However, we are distinctly aware that more experienced investors are looking for higher yields in more complex investments, albeit in exchange for accepting a higher degree of risk. The rationale for these investments is further compounded by the lack of income return currently derived from what are perceived to be lower risk asset classes.
Custodian Capital Limited provide a full investment service to include:
• Sourcing deals
• Conducting all the necessary due diligence
• Preparation of thorough investment documentation
• Rolling out investments to members
• Annual management of the investment and eventual exit of investors
We consider all alternative market sectors such as real estate, unquoted shares and commercial finance in order to create further diversification across investors’ portfolios.
For further details on our Private Investors Club, please view our brochure .
For more information on this service, please contact the Custodian Capital team on 0116 240 8740, making reference to the Private Investors Club, or contact your financial adviser. Alternatively, please complete the enquiry form here and a member of the team will be in contact with you.
Custodian Capital is regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to establish, operate, and wind up a collective investment scheme.