Since inception in 2014, Sirius has made more than 40 transactions with a total value exceeding € 2.0 billion. Sirius Capital Partners has been elected the Best Real Estate Investment Manager in Finland for six consecutive years in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020and 2021 by. In both 2020 and 2021 Sirius was furthermore listed as one of the top-performing Europe-focused private real estate fund managers in Preqin’s Markets in Focus.
Sirius has to date raised a total equity capital of some € 650 million for five vehicles. The investors range from global institutions to multi managers and fund of funds. Sirius has successfully exited its first two funds through an IPO and currently manages its third and fourth funds, Sirius Fund III and Sirius Fund IV.
Sirius Fund IV
Sirius is the investment advisor to the real estate fund Sirius Fund IV that invests in build-to-rent residential assets in Finland, predominantly in the Helsinki region.
The investors in the Fund are all international institutional investors, such as multi-managers, pension companies and family offices, with more than three quarters of the capital coming from the US and the rest from Europe.
The fund is closed-ended with a vintage of 2021 and equity commitments of € 200 million. The fund has to date already invested around 70% of its capital.
Sirius Fund III
Sirius is the investment advisor to the real estate fund Sirius Fund III that focuses on office properties in Helsinki. The fund has acquired four assets with prime micro-locations and a total lettable area of some 17,000 sqm. The fund is closed-ended with a vintage of 2018 and equity commitments of € 35 million.
The strategy of the fund is to tap into the rent reversion created by growing rental levels in key office areas in Helsinki through active asset management.
Cibus Nordic Real Estate
Sirius created the companythat focuses on daily-goods properties in the Nordics. The company is listed on Nasdaq main list in Stockholm. For the IPO, Sirius raised more than € 180 million of new equity. After the IPO, Sirius Fund I Grocery and Sirius Fund II were the largest owners of the company and Sirius was responsible for the day-to-day management of the company. Sirius created an independent management and organisation for Cibus, following which, the two Sirius funds exited their holdings. Today, Cibus is fully independent from Sirius.
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Sirius Fund II
Sirius was the investment advisor to the real estate fund Sirius Fund II that focused on daily-goods properties in Finland. The fund had through 11 acquisitions assembled a portfolio of 61 daily-goods stores with a total lettable area of some 270,000 sqm. The portfolio included stores operated by all main daily-goods retailers Kesko, S-Group and Tokmanni. The fund was closed-ended with a vintage of 2016 and equity commitments of € 135 million.
The fund was exited in 2018 through the IPO of Cibus and fully realised in 2020 through the sale of the remaining shares in Cibus. The fund made a net IRR of 33.5% and a net multiple of 1.8 according to, making it a top quartile performer.
Sirius Fund I Grocery
Sirius was the investment advisor to the real estate fund Sirius Fund I Grocery that focused on daily-goods properties in Finland. The fund had through 15 acquisitions assembled a portfolio of 64 grocery stores with a total lettable area of some 170,000 sqm. The portfolio included stores operated by all main grocery retailers Kesko, S-Group and Lidl. The fund was closed-ended with a vintage of 2015 and equity commitments of € 100 million.
The fund was exited in 2018 through the IPO of Cibus and fully realised in 2020 through the sale of the remaining shares in Cibus. The fund made a net IRR of 30.4% and a net multiple of 2.1 according to, making it a top quartile performer.
Sirius believes, that environmental, social and governance matters are essential parts of long-term success and that incorporating ESG aspects in the investment activity and decision-making processes will help us to continuously improve our practices, to reduce our environmental footprint and to improve Sirius’ sustainability performance. We measure and benchmark the sustainability performance of Sirius’ assets through GRESB Real Estate Assessment (). In the 2020 GRESB survey, Sirius received three stars. Sirius has since the start been a member of Green Building Council Finland, which is part of the worldwide Green Building Council network with over 25,000 member organisations.