Our fund management business is operated through our subsidiary, Red Ribbon Fund Management Limited, which is an AIFM, regulated by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission. We primarily manage AIFs which offer specialist bond, equity, private equity, and property strategies.
Gibraltar is an English speaking British Overseas Territory on Spain’s southern coast, providing a transparent and compliant jurisdiction for fund management to optimal European standards. Our team has extensive experience in the regulation and fund-setup process, and we can deliver cost and tax efficiency as part of the process: with a no restriction, open asset class investment platform and no restrictions on portfolio composition or investment spread.
Funds where the strategy is managed by an external asset manager and distributed jointly by the external asset manager and through our extensive distribution network.
Red Ribbon RE RISE India Real Estate Fund
A multi-asset class closed-end fund registered in Luxembourg investing in the Indian real estate market. We invest directly in capital and income growth real estate projects alongside reputed developers and indirectly in listed property-related equities.
New build including inner city slum redevelopment - up to 35%
Grade A commercial properties for rental yield - up to 35%
Listed equities of developers and suppliers to the real estate sector - up to 25%
Cash Reserve - up to 5%
Red Ribbon B&S UK Property Fund
Income Investment and Capital Growth Investment in the UK Property Market
50% Income Investment / 50% Growth Investment
Red Ribbon Phoenix Green Hotel Fund
The Fund’s target cities will be the economic hubs of London, Edinburgh, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds and Bristol. Other regional cities will be considered on a case-by-case basis and the Fund will look to have a balanced portfolio between London and the regions
Sites that suit new hotel developments.
Existing buildings that are suitable for conversion into hotels.
Existing hotels that can be re-positioned.
Set up your regulated fund in 10 weeks
Funds where the strategy and distribution is managed by an external asset manager in their brand and the regulatory oversight is provided by our robust back-office systems.
Both types of funds will be provided under both our Gibraltar-licensed activities with a technical listing on GSX as well as via our AIFM platform partner in Luxembourg. The White Label Funds option is available exclusively via our Gibraltar listing infrastructure. Both our Gibraltar and Luxembourg routes-to-market offer capital raisers and fund managers a fixed fee, off-the-shelf, agile listing services that distinguishes us from the cost bases and speeds-to-market of larger capital markets/exchanges and the established investment house.
William is an entrepreneur with an eye for emerging technology markets and has founded and successfully exited a number of technology-based ventures. He is an experienced mentor, business consultant and investor in early stage ventures. His expertise includes product, process and business model innovation. Formally qualified with Masters Degrees in Physics, Microelectronics, Telecommunications and with an MBA from the University of Exeter Business School, his focus is on innovation system’s architecture, impact investment, sustainability and business model innovation.
Marcus is a senior international executive with over 25 years of experience analyzing and valuing companies along with a variety of other investment products, from venture capital, private equity to fully listed companies and their derivatives, assessing their risk profile for his institutional and private clients as well as for his own portfolio. Marcus’ investment banking experience includes roles at Wood Gundy (Canadian investment bank), Paine Webber (US investment bank) and UBS (Swiss bank) where he advised his institutional and private clients as to the investment eligibility of single companies as well as investment products such as structured products and funds. He was Executive Vice President at NASDAQ and EASDAQ Stock Markets, running both European and Middle Eastern sales, marketing and research Teams (100+ people), where his team advised viable companies on how they might be received by the investment community taking into account factors such as valuation, risk, market segment and competition completing several hundred corporate and corporate financial instrument transactions.
John is an internationally experienced Chartered Director and Independent non-executive director (NED). John focuses on Risk & Corporate Governance, Business Development and Business Improvement, having served several blue chip clients in these areas as well as an NED for a variety of regulated businesses. Whilst maintaining an extensive contact database with significant benefit to his roles, he is also known for creating the only Isle of Man (IoM) independent register for NEDs, serving the island as a philanthropic venture. His wide experience both locally and internationally gives John an insight that allows him to add great value, whether as a Board member or consultant. John is resident in the Isle of Man and as a NED represents regulated businesses and listed funds and is also passionate about technology.
Anthony Frieze has spent most of his career – 20 years – in banking at JPMorgan, BNY Mellon, Deutsche Bank and Allianz/Dresdner Kleinwort, originally as a stockbroker and then senior product specialist and relationship manager in agency repo and collateral management. His clients included some of the world’s largest sovereign wealth funds as well as a wide range of leading central banks and governmental and international investors across Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. In his time since leaving the City he has been CEO of a start-up discretionary macro futures fund and concurrently became a specialist in placement advisory and capital introduction, with a focus on alternative investments. His relationship network has been built around the UK-based family office and wealth advisory world. He has been largely based in London but also had postings in Hong Kong and New York. He was for several years the financial services practice lead at a start-up PR agency where he advised offshore financial centres and the Alternative Investment Management Association.