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Private equity real estate funds allow high-net-worth individuals (HWNIs) and institutions such as endowments and pension funds to invest in equity and debt holdings related to real estate assets.

The big picture

What is Private Equity?

Private equity real estate is an alternative asset class composed of professionally managed pooled private investments in the real estate markets. Investing in private equity real estate involves the acquisition, financing, and ownership (either direct or indirect) of property or properties via an investment fund.

  • Private equity real estate is a professionally managed fund that invests in real estate.
  • It typically requires a substantial amount of capital and may only be available to high-net-worth investors.
  • This type of investment is often riskier than other funds, but returns are also higher (8% to 20%)
Direct Fund Investing

Some of our current funds.
Your glimpse into the future.

Openstone members pick from our carefully-curated selection of top-tier funds. Each opportunity is methodically vetted by our investment team, which boasts decades of experience in the finance industry. Below is a sample of some of our current feeder funds.
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Fund : BK OPCI

Pierre Premier Gestion is a French real estate asset manager with €800 million under management.
  • The "BK" fund invests in the real estate of 141 Burger King restaurants in France.
  • The fund current size : €412 million, + 8,53% performance in march 2024
  • Min investment normally required: €100’000
  • Min investment on Openstone: €1’000
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Fund : MNK Europe+

MNK is a Luxembourg-based real estate asset manager with €500 million under management.
  • "MNK Europe+" is a paneuropean fund with a Core+ multi-assets strategy in Western Europe.
  • The fund target size : €100 million, with +5,50% distribution target in 2023
  • Min investment normally required: €100’000
  • Min investment on Openstone: €1’000
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Alternative real estate
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Important information
Openstone is a brand of Innovative Finance SAS, a French corporation registered under no 90154976600011 and domiciled at 6 rue d’Armaillé, 75017 Paris. Innovative Finance is a registered Financial Investment Advisor (CIF) listed with the Organization for the Single Register of Intermediaries in Insurance, Banking and Finance (ORIAS) under number 23002459. You can check this registration on the ORIAS website, https://orias.fr. Innovative Finance is a member of the National Chamber of Wealth Management Advice (CNCGP), an association approved by the Financial Markets Authority (AMF) whose mail address is: 17, Place de la Bourse 75082 Paris cedex 02 and internet address : www.amf-france.org

Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Any historical returns, expected returns, or probability projections may not reflect actual future performance. All securities involve risk and may result in significant losses.

Alternative investments in private placements are highly illiquid, speculative, and involve a high degree of risk. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investors may not get back their money originally invested and those who cannot afford to lose their entire investment should not invest. Prior to investing, carefully consider the respective fund documentation for details about potential risks, charges, and expenses. The value of an investment may go down as well as up. An investment in a private equity ("PE") fund or investment vehicle as Openstone SA, registered under number 98307779300013 and located at 61 rue de Lyon, 75012 Paris, is not the same as a deposit with a banking institution. Investors receive illiquid and/or restricted membership interests that may be subject to holding period requirements and/or liquidity concerns. Investors who cannot hold an investment for the long term (at least 10 years) should not invest. In the most sensible investment strategy for PE investing, PE should only be part of your overall investment portfolio.