Ready to expand your investment horizons? At Milford, we’re always looking for new ways to help you grow your wealth. That’s why we want to introduce you to the Milford Private Equity Fund II.
With a focus on high investment growth opportunities, anyone with a higher risk appetite will be interested in what the Fund has to offer. We will be targeting businesses with turnover between $20m and $200m, with high growth prospects in the next three to five years.
You can find out more about it at our Fund overview, and also in a feature article at the NZ Herald. If you want to find out more, read our qualification criteria below and get in touch with our team.
This is an offer of interests in a limited partnership, Milford Private Equity II LP (Partnership). The offer is available only to persons who qualify as wholesale investors and who do not require disclosure under Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013.
Grounds for qualification to invest include:
- that you own financial products (being financial investments other than KiwiSaver or other retirement savings scheme investments) of at least $1million; or
- that over the last two years your net assets have exceeded $5million; or
- that you are an experienced investor in financial products and are able to personally assess the merits and risks of this investment.
Note that certification of an investor’s wholesale status under whichever of the above criteria apply will be required in order to invest in the Partnership.
The Partnership is a closed fund and investors cannot draw their money when they wish, or have access to their money until the Partnership makes a distribution or is liquidated.
For a full explanation of the qualification criteria, please contact us to receive an Information Memorandum.
Disclaimer: The article in the NZ Herald is intended to provide general information only. It does not take into account your investment needs or personal circumstances and so should not be viewed as investment or financial advice. If you require financial advice we recommend that you speak to an Authorised Financial Adviser.