Roc Partners

Co-investments

We have been investing alongside our preferred fund relationships since 1996. Our strong manager relationships provide access to highly coveted co-investment deal flow – and our expertise and structured investment process allow us to move decisively. 

Our focus

Our team has invested in over AU$1.0 billion across the Asia-Pacific region. Our co-investment partners include managers from our existing fund network as well as those with whom we are building relationships.

This increased deal flow enables our clients to increase allocations to high-conviction opportunities or industry sectors. Like secondary transactions, co-investments can also be an effective way to mitigate the impact of “J-curve”.

More about Roc Partners

Our people are our vital ingredient. They’re the core of our business, and what makes us different.

With our focus on positive growth comes a responsibility to build sustainable business models and embed responsible investing practices.

We follow a rigorous process in making considered, superior strategic decisions to turn potential into value.

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CONTACT US

If you’re a sophisticated investor, a business seeking capital or a business adviser with an opportunity you would like to discuss, please contact our team today. For business owners seeking capital please also include a brief description including the company name and turnover.

Hive and Wellness Group

(Unrealised)

Investment Year

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Description

The Local Broadband Network Company (LBNCo) is an installer and owner of superfast broadband networks in residential developments. LBNCo is engaged by property developers to install and maintain the fibre infrastructure, and sells ‘wholesale’ network acces to the retail service providers who then provide services to the tenants. LBNCo is now part of Uniti Group (ASX: UWL) following its acquisition in August 2019.

Stone Axe Pastoral

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Investment Year

Description

Stone Axe is a producer of ultra-premium wagyu beef. The company has operations in NSW, QLD, WA and Victoria and is actively growing its herd via large scale embryto transfer program. Stone Axe has rapidly grown to become on of the largest fool blood wagyu producers in the world.