- The platform will include access to Tikehau’s second vintage of its impact-driven real estate value-add strategy
- Wealth managers will have access to Tikehau’s third vintage of its special opportunities strategy
- Tikehau’s offerings will also be made available via Allfunds
Tikehau Capital and iCapital on Thursday announced they have partnered to launch a customised platform that gives wealth managers and their high-net-worth clients access to Tikehau’s suite of alternatives offerings. The digital offering, powered by iCapital’s technology, will open access to alternative investments which are generally only accessible to institutional investors, the firms said.
The platform will include Tikehau’s second vintage of its impact-driven real estate value-add strategy and the third vintage of its special opportunities strategy. PE Hub Europe understands that private equity funds will be made accessible during the second phase of the project.
Tikehau’s offerings will also be made available via Allfunds. iCapital announced a strategic partnership with Allfunds in June 2021 that iCapital’s private market investment opportunities available for all Allfunds clients.
“We believe that the trend of retail investors seeking alternative sources of returns that can offer diversification from traditional markets will be a significant force for change, and it is important for Tikehau Capital to address this trend and increase wealth manager’s access to private market investment opportunities” added Mathieu Chabran, co-founder of Tikehau Capital.
“Wealth creation is increasingly taking place outside the public markets,” said Marco Bizzozero, head of international at iCapital. “We are delighted to support Tikehau Capital in their ambition to offer banks and wealth managers across EMEA with greater access to the growth and diversification opportunities the private markets can offer to client portfolios.”
Paris-based Tikehau is a pan-European asset manager and investor. The private equity arm of the firm, Tikehau Ace Capital, has €4.5 billion of assets under management. It looks to invest between €20 million to €150 million in each deal.