Octopus is an institutional-scale investor in real assets, private credit and high-growth businesses, with over 120 investment professionals and a history spanning two decades. We manage £2.5 billion* on behalf of 36 institutional investors.
We are much more than a traditional asset manager. We build businesses to transform broken industries and create better outcomes for the customers they serve. Our funds encompass renewable energy infrastructure, healthcare real estate, commercial and residential real estate debt, venture, and growth capital.
We take extra steps to be more deeply involved and committed to each of our investments. In turn, this gives us the information, knowledge and experience we need to yield better results for our investors, our customers and the markets we operate in. Our ability to create value from rapidly changing markets provides our investors with the potential for attractive and stable returns.
Our investment principles
Invest for the long-term:
It’s not enough for an investment to make short-term sense. We only invest in areas with long-term growth potential.
Create real value:
Asset management is at the heart of what we do but is not all that we do. Our vision is simple – to build businesses and create solutions that improve the markets we operate in, benefiting both our customers and investors.
Strength in depth:
We believe in gaining a deep understanding of a few chosen markets. This allows us to identify new opportunities to generate attractive returns. It’s investing, the way it should be.
Some risks to keep in mind
Investors should keep in mind that our investments put their capital at risk. The value of an investment, and any income from it, can fall as well as rise. Investors may not get back the full amount they invest.
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Octopus Group is made up of Octopus Investments, Octopus Ventures, Octopus Real Estate, Octopus Energy and Octopus Wealth. Visit octopusgroup.com to find out more.
*Source: Octopus at 31 December 2018.