Why invest in Venture Capital ?
Investing in venture capital (VC) can offer potential benefits such as:
High growth potential: Start-ups backed by VC firms have the potential for high growth and large returns on investment.
Diversification: Adding VC investments to a portfolio can help diversify a portfolio and reduce overall risk.
Access to top companies: VC firms like Charon Griffin often have access to and invest in promising start-ups that may not be available to individual investors.
However, it’s important to keep in mind that VC investing is inherently riskier than more traditional investments, as many start-ups fail, and even those that succeed may not produce substantial returns for their investors. As a result, VC investing is often suitable only for individuals with a high tolerance for risk and a long-term investment horizon.
Why invest in Private Equity ?
Investing in private equity can provide potential benefits such as access to unique investment opportunities, potential for high returns, and potential for diversification.
Private equity investments typically involve investing in private companies or buyouts of public companies, which can provide exposure to industries or businesses not available through traditional public markets.
Additionally, private equity firms often employ experienced teams who use their expertise and resources to drive growth and improve operations, which can lead to higher returns for investors. However, private equity investments are generally illiquid and come with higher risk and fees compared to publicly traded assets.
Charon Griffin Financial Management Sarl charges a flat management fee to the individual holding companies of 1% of the invested funds (negotiable).
So the net management fee to the clients is in fact lower (tax deductible in the holding companies). Any direct costs for the holding companies (external fees, like lawyers, accountants, etc.) are borne by those companies.
Furthermore, we charge a success fee of 4% of the profits made in the holding companies.