Investment Policy

Solving Capital Structure Issues

The primary role of a secondary investment group is to provide liquidity to existing shareholders and investors and solve the capital structure issues of listed/non-listed companies and non-listed equity funds. We primarily provide two solutions: a capital securitization solution for the shares of small and medium-sized enterprises and investment fund equity investment.

Capital Securitization Solution

Investments: The Key Points We Emphasize

Business category/industry

We consider all business categories and industries

Investment methods

Fund-based capitalization strategy support

  1. Consolidation of scattered minority shareholders
  2. Support for implementation of MBO and M&As
  3. Support for listing and capital tie-ups with business partners as exit strategies

Fund-based capital provision

  1. Selling of own company shares
  2. Addressing of risk of diffusion of share ownership accompanying succession, etc.
  3. Improving of asset efficiency through conversion of real estate and other asset holdings into cash
  4. Fundraising when successors acquire shares
Ownership ratio

We provide flexible support from minority (less than 50%) to majority (50%-100%) ownership depending on the nature of the investment

Fund equity investment

Investments: The Key Points We Emphasize

Investment targets

Buyout funds, VC funds, hedge fund side pockets, infrastructure funds, etc.

Investment needs

Tightening of financial institution regulations

  1. Reduction of risky assets through application of Basel banking regulations, the Volcker Rule, etc.
  2. Reduction of risky assets through insurance company solvency regulations

Mergers and reorganizations of financial institutions

  1. Adjustment of fund investment position through mergers or reorganizations

Changing of portfolios of existing investors

  1. Adjustment of investment fund position through rebalancing of portfolio
  2. Adjustment of specific vintages, sectors, etc. within investment funds
  3. Disposition from standpoint of reducing business costs associated with tail-end investment funds

Changes to pension plan

  1. Selling of portfolios due to assets decreasing as a result of plan changes