Portfolio

In 2019, Auctus raised its first fund to acquire a minority stake in Unite Us. Unite Us is a healthcare technology platform that aligns health and social care providers, thereby allowing them to communicate and track patient outcomes together.

Auctus, together with our US based subsidiary RBP Partners, raised a $50M fund to acquire a major stake in esVolta, LP. esVolta is a leading energy storage company focused on the development and acquisition of large-scale battery storage projects for utility customers in North America.

Auctus raised its third fund to provide Australian investors with an exposure to Scout Ventures Fund III. Scout Ventures is a US based, early-stage venture capital firm, that is making the world a better, safer place by cultivating standout frontier technologies built by hard-to-access founders.

Auctus and Student Quarters jointly manage a growing portfolio of US based student housing assets targeting opportunistic, core-plus and value-add properties, which was listed on the ASX in March 2022 (ASX:USQ)

In 2021, Auctus raised a fund to acquire a $50M equity stake in Australia and New Zealand’s largest private, family owned, omni-channel pet specialty retailer PETstock

In late 2021 and early 2022, Auctus raised a Fund to acquire an ~$85M stake in Lux Group which owns Luxury Escapes, one of the fastest growing travel companies worldwide

Auctus manage a growing portfolio of US based late-stage private equity and pre-IPO opportunities. US Opportunities (USO) is a Company with $42M in net assets providing unique, hard-to-access private market investments sourced through Auctus’ trusted US partners

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