Patron Capital

Patron Capital Enters Belgian Market With Brussels Office Acquisition

Thursday, January 14, 2021 - 7:00am

Patron Capital, the pan-European institutional investor focused on property-backed investments, alongside its joint-venture partner Suprema, has acquired the Aramis Building, located in the corporate village in Brussels Airport District.

Key Points: 
  • Patron Capital, the pan-European institutional investor focused on property-backed investments, alongside its joint-venture partner Suprema, has acquired the Aramis Building, located in the corporate village in Brussels Airport District.
  • It is located 1.5km from Brussels Airport, which provides flights to around 250 destinations.
  • Funding for the acquisition came from Patron Capitals recently closed Fund VI.
  • Christoph Ignaczak, Investment Director and Senior Partner at Patron Capital, said:
    The Aramis building offers an excellent opportunity for us to enter the Belgian market, alongside our partner Suprema, with whom we have already worked on successful projects in Germany.

Patron Capital Raises $1.038 Billion (€844 Million) for Fund VI

Monday, January 11, 2021 - 8:05am

Patron Capital, the pan-European institutional investor focused on property-backed investments, has closed its most recent fund, raising 844 million ($1.038 billion), including approximately 128 million ($157 million) of co-investment capital for Patron Capital, L.P. VI (Fund VI).

Key Points: 
  • Patron Capital, the pan-European institutional investor focused on property-backed investments, has closed its most recent fund, raising 844 million ($1.038 billion), including approximately 128 million ($157 million) of co-investment capital for Patron Capital, L.P. VI (Fund VI).
  • Fund VI will continue the same investment strategy as Patrons previous funds, opportunistically targeting distressed and undervalued investments, directly or indirectly related to property, across Western Europe.
  • The fund will invest in individual properties across a range of sectors, as well as in property-backed corporate investments and credit opportunities.
  • Keith Breslauer, Patron Capitals founder and Managing Director, said:
    This is the seventh fund that we have closed in our 21-year history.