Social impact fund Valloop, which was created to help employees and management buy the companies they work for, has delivered compound annual growth of 16.1 per cent over a five-year period between September 2015 and September 2020
Valloop’s model has dramatically lowered the cost of entry for investing in private markets funds with a minimum investment of GBP100,000 – against an industry average of GBP2.6 million. This has opened up access to institutional investment for high net worth individuals and family offices that might previously have been excluded.
With the societal impact of investment under the microscope, Valloop’s social purpose buy-out model to support SMEs in adopting employee ownership, is proving that doing good does not have to be at the expense of delivering investor returns.
An evergreen fund, Valloop emerged from stealth in December last year, having spent five years testing the model. Designed to provide investors with the opportunity to be part of one of the most underrated asset classes in the world, it uniquely blends six different private market products.
Source: Private Equity Wire
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