Cromwell’s wholesale funds and mandates are managed on behalf of a range of global institutional investors, pension funds and sovereign wealth clients, banking partners and other third-party capital partners. Cromwell holds co-investment in many of its funds.
Examples of a number of our funds and mandates can be found on our group website here. In the Benelux region, Cromwell manages assets in eight different funds and mandates.
- Artemis Portfolio – a portfolio of seven office buildings mainly located in the Randstad area. Four of the initial buildings have been sold.
- B&S Portfolio – a portfolio of eigth assets. Seven of the assets are in the Randstad area, one asset is in Arnhem.
- Cromwell European Real Estate Investment Trust (CEREIT) – the first Euro denominated REIT on the SGX-ST and the largest REIT IPO in Asia since 2013 by market capitalisation. CEREIT currently consists of 103 assets in or close to major gateway cities in Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland.
- Cromwell Netherlands Diversified Partnership – a fund launched in 2014 which invests in the office, industrial and out-of-town retail sectors, with an initial target gross asset value of €500 million. One of the initial 16 assets is currently still under management of Cromwell.
- Equinox Portfolio – a portfolio of nine office buildings, the majority of which are located in the Randstad conurbation, acquired in joint venture with US private equity firm, Angelo, Gordon & Co. Currently one of the initial assets is still under management of Cromwell.
- Hummingbird Portfolio – a portfolio that consisted of several portfolios since the launch in 2015. Initially the portfolio consisted of 29 assets. Since the launch 76 assets were part of this portfolio. Currently 2 assets remain under management of Cromwell.
- Phaesant Portfolio – an office building located at the Prinses Beatrixlaan 23 in Den Haag. Cromwell manages the building since 2017.
- Puffin Portfolio – a portfolio of 4 buildings in Eindhoven, Hoogeveen, Nieuwegein and Vianen.