Our in-depth knowledge of financial markets coupled with our excellent track record in sourcing exclusive opportunities allows us to provide access to secure investments offering solid returns well above the industry average.
Acorn Managed Investments Pty Ltd Australian Financial Services License number is 473968.
We provide premium investment opportunities to local and overseas investors with returns well above industry average. We primarily operate in the property market, however, we also provide advice in the areas below:
Generally a short-term investment, it is highly liquid and considered the most secure asset class available. You can usually expected lower returns.
An agreed rate of return is set in advance and capital is repaid at maturity. Examples include bonds and bank bills. They can be actively traded.
Includes commercial, industrial and residential real estate. A growth asset expected to generate higher returns over the long term.
Returns consist of income and potential capital gains. Examples include roads, utilities and water, all needed for the operation of society and enterprise.
Non-traditional, can be growth or defensive assets. Can include incubator, private equity and diversified investments.
A company security which gives its owners certain rights, including the right to receive dividends. Can be listed on Australian or international securities exchanges.
Our industry experience and knowledge of the market allow us to select premium real estate projects that provide solid returns and are not generally made available to the everyday investor.
Our team of property professionals and well established strategic networks ensure we have the edge when it comes to securing and delivering on quality property development opportunities giving investors the opportunity to participate directly in the development of their choice.
Private funding is an alternative way of funding your business and/or commercial finance needs. Typically a customer would take out a private funding facility as they don’t meet the criteria for commercial finance with the major banks.
Private funding can generally be broken up into three groups:
1 Institutional Private Mortgage Lenders — those who lend via a “Responsible Entity”.
2 Wholesale or Sophisticated Private Mortgage Lenders — those that lend directly to the borrower, however, engage the services of a fund manager to handle the day to day operational tasks of maintain the mortgages. In this example, the fund manager MUST be licensed.
3 Private Mortgage Lenders — those that lend directly to a borrower.
Mortgage Funds provide a stable and reliable income stream for our clients. Our mortgage funds achieve this by investing in a range of registered first and second mortgages targeting properties that will experience a significant valuation uplift and maintains a clear exit strategy where necessary.
Mortgage funds operate by lending money (as mortgage loans) to a range of borrowers who use the money to buy and/or develop properties. The capital investment typically provides a fixed return in the form of regular income distributions over an agreed timeframe.
Our taxation services and compliance team specialise in delivering tailored tax management solutions. No matter what structure you choose to operate within, our team of experts are trained in all facets of taxation law.
We will work with you to deliver practical solutions and strategic consulting to ensure your business can navigate the complex taxation landscape and understand the impact of any risks to your business.
Choosing the right structure for your business can be a daunting task. Whether you operate as a sole trader, a partnership, a corporation or a trust. We will give you the facts to help you gear up for growth, protect your assets and design a structure that will offer the most tax effectiveness to your business without the complexities.
It is important to create the right structure for your circumstances from the outset to ensure you protect your assets and your business operations from the risks of litigation or unexpected adverse events. Securing your personal wealth and estate planning should be key considerations when defining the appropriate structure for your circumstances.
Self-managed superannuation funds have grown in popularity in recent years with over 1 million Australians having switched from Retail or Industry Funds and one third of assets are now managed through SMSF.
A SMSF provides you with control over your superannuation funds to invest in the manner you choose. It’s important to understand the rules and regulations imposed on SMSF and how these can impact your situation. The key principle is that you run your SMSF for the sole purpose of providing retirement benefits to members.