What is Accrete?
We combine the investing power of regular investors (that’s you) to unlock access to large-dollar alternative investments that would previously have been out-of-reach. Invest like the big guys, but with minimums as low as $5,000.
These high-return opportunities are typically inaccessible to anybody without a big enough bankroll to throw around. Not anymore.
Why Invest in Alternatives?
Alternative investments don’t fall into a conventional category (like stocks or bonds). They tend to behave differently than stocks or bonds, so they are a great way to diversify. A good rule of thumb is: 15-20% of your portfolio should be in alternatives. They could include art and antiques, private equity, venture capital, hedge funds, managed futures, commodities, or real estate.
How Accrete Works
We level the playing field so everyone can participate in wealth creation opportunities. We reduce required investment sizes to open up access, minimizing fees and creating a secondary market so you can cash out.
There are two ways to invest with us:
Deal by deal investments
So What’s in it For You?
We are generalists in our approach. We focus on the key themes that are going to be driving change in industries, our planet, and our way of life over the coming years. In each theme, we identify the sponsor partners with the best attributable track record, origination capabilities, and value creation franchises. But, more importantly, they must have the right organisational leadership and culture of integrity. This two-tiered structure allows us to pick home run opportunities in the private markets.
We put our capital to work, and in some cases pre-fund investments in order to make sure we secure our share of an opportunity before involving our investors. This helps provide the most optimum, risk-adjusted returns. Let’s face it: any deal that is worth doing doesn’t need to be put on a platform to fund. So we fund it before bringing it to our community.
Enough Talk. Let’s See Some Numbers
Our two-tiered investment committee structure produces remarkable risk-adjusted investment performance. For example, if you’d invested $10,000 at 1.47x, you could now have $14,700. It’s that simple.