Your Real Estate Investment Manager
As an entrepreneurial company fully owned by the management, we believe in strong alignment of interest, value creation through active management and passion for what we do.
We strive to think differently from the market average. This lets us tap into the pricing difference between what is generally perceived as interesting by investors at large and what only just does not make the cut.
The value-add approach to investment management turns our investments into attractive exit products.
Sirius Capital Partners focuses on opportunistic and value-add real estate investments in Finland. We make funds or club deals based on an investment theme. Our investors range from global institutions to multi managers and fund of funds.
Sirius’ founding partners Patrick Gylling, Jonas Ahlblad and Matti-Pekka Sävelkoski have during the past decade played a central role in the Finnish property market. Each partner has been involved in more than 50 deals during his career resulting in a combined deal experience exceeding € 6 billion.
Since inception in 2014, Sirius has made some 20 transactions with a total value exceeding € 400 million. Prior to founding Sirius, the management team worked together at the leading Nordic real estate private equity firm Sveafastigheter. During this four-year period, the company made six investments in Finland totalling some € 350 million.
Sirius is the investment advisor to the real estate fund Sirius Fund I Grocery that focuses on grocery store properties in Finland. The fund has through 15 acquisitions assembled a portfolio of 64 grocery stores with a total lettable area of some 170,000 sqm. The portfolio includes stores operated by all main grocery retailers Kesko, S-Group and Lidl. The fund is close-ended with equity commitments of € 100 million.
Sirius provided advisory services for the management of a commercial real estate portfolio in Finland worth over €350 million, with a total lettable area of more than 300,000 sqm. The portfolio was composed of six independent investments owned by the private equity real estate fund ‘Sveafastigheter Fund III’. The last investments of the portfolio were exited in 2016.