Exceptional alternatives investment strategies across hedge funds, private markets and real assets

A diversified platform of alternatives investment strategies

Regal Partners seeks to grow through the creation and acquisition of innovative alternatives investment strategies, with the aim of delivering exceptional investment performance outcomes for our clients.

The business focuses on supporting investment teams, strategies and capabilities that have a demonstrated edge within the areas they operate and providing expert resourcing, operational expertise and an institutional-grade corporate platform to empower those teams to perform.

We may take significant ownership stakes in managers with extensive performance track records, a focus on client alignment and differentiated strategies.

Regal Partners seeks to be the benchmark in terms of alignment with investors, with all investment strategies across the Group significantly supported by internal and staff investment capital.

 

Our investment businesses

Regal Funds

Investing since

2004

Investment team

24

ownership

100%

Regal Funds was founded in 2004 and is a multi-award winning, specialist alternatives investment manager, 100% owned by Regal Partners. With a long heritage in fundamental long-short equity strategies, the firm consists of 24 investment professionals, providing access to global, pan-Asian and Australian hedge fund and private market investment strategies.

Regal Funds is a four-times awarded Australian Alternative Investment Manager of the Year, providing wholesale investors with access to a wide variety of absolute return, market neutral and event-driven strategies, in addition to management of the ASX-listed Regal Investment Fund (ASX:RF1).

Investing in

Hedge funds, private markets

Website

www.regalfm.com

VGI Partners

Investing since

2008

Investment team

11

ownership

100%

VGI Partners was founded in 2008 and is a high conviction, global long-short equity manager focused on producing superior risk-adjusted returns over the long term. The firm follows a deep fundamental research approach with a long-term investment horizon, seeking to invest in a relatively small number of high-quality businesses with an investment philosophy focused on minimising permanent loss of capital.

VGI Partners manages capital for high net worth individuals and family offices via unlisted unit trusts and segregated accounts, in addition to management of the ASX-listed VGI Partners Global Investments Limited (ASX:VG1) and VGI Partners Asian Investments Limited (ASX:VG8).

Investing in

Hedge funds

Kilter Rural

Investing since

2004

team size

24

ownership

61%

Kilter Rural was founded in 2004 to deliver profit with impact, by investing at scale in Australian farmland, water and ecosystem assets. 61% owned by Regal Partners1, the firm seeks to provide resilient returns that are uncorrelated to traditional asset classes, while delivering positive environmental and social impacts.

Awarded the 2019 ‘Impact Asset Manager of the Year’, Kilter Rural provides institutional and wholesale investors with access to strategies focused on the regeneration of Australian farmland, alongside two dedicated water funds that manage a substantial portfolio of water entitlements in the southern Murray-Darling Basin.

Investing in

Rural and natural assets

Attunga Capital

Investing since

2005

Team size

6

ownership

51%

Attunga Capital was founded in 2005 to provide investors with exposure to power, energy and environmental commodity markets. 51% owned by Regal Partners, the firm’s philosophy is to capitalise on short and long term investment opportunities in niche asset classes in order to deliver attractive, uncorrelated returns.

Managing capital for wholesale and institutional investors, Attunga Capital focuses on applying a significant level of experience within the investment team to exploit pricing dislocations that occur across a variety of environmental commodity markets, including power, electricity, CO2 emissions and carbon.

Investing in

Real assets

  • 1 Information as at 31 March 2022. 61.49% voting interest; 57.4% economic interest.