Wingate's Investor Partners Trust funds under management reach $270 million

Wingate's Investor Partners Trust funds under management reach $270 million
Wingate's Investor Partners Trust funds under management reach $270 million

Wingate Investment Partners Trust (WIP) fund has reached $270 million in funds under management in five years and the firm predicts it will grow to $1 billion.

Wingate managing director Ryan Levin attributes WIP’s success to its investment philosophy of having its own skin in the game – investing its own balance sheet and its principals’ and shareholders’ capital in deals together.

The WIP funds have delivered investors double digit returns consistently.

As the global economy continues to operate in an historically low interest-rate environment, sophisticated investors are seeking new options with a proven track record, without taking on greater risk.

WIP offers a diversified portfolio of secured debt with contractually determined outcomes, offering consistent double digit returns that are uncorrelated to volatile and uncertain financial markets.

If the risk isn’t good, Wingate won’t invest.

Wingate’s success has attracted high networth individuals and institutional investors across its four business arms: funds management, consumer finance, property lending and private equity.

Wingate says it currently has interests in a pipeline of more than $1 billion worth of Gold Coast high-rise apartments, and has recently financed deals including a $68 million redevelopment of a Byron Bay shopping centre and in its private equity business the firm launched Up&Go in British supermarkets in 2015.

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