Private Equity

Real Estate


Phoenix Real Estate investments focus on Special Purpose Housing Segment in the UK, and in particular extra care, retirement homes, and specialist accommodation.Our balanced approach to portfolio creation encompasses both capital gains from properties stock for outright sale and attractive rental returns coupled with capital gains through yield compression on eventual sale from properties stock for rental.

The investments look to a variety of sources to fund development and related expenses, mainly equity investments and leveraging government grants. Currently, we are working closely with city and local city councils across the UK on four projects.


Phoenix Thoroughbred investments is geared towards providing investors with significant returns realized through acquisitions, management, and divestitures of high value Thoroughbreds Bloodstock. We invest in a cluster of bloodstocks such as stallions, broodmares, weanlings, yearlings, and 2-year-olds, which leads to higher operational efficiencies, cost savings, and optimization of returns.

The Thoroughbred market is worth more than US$120 billion with the USA, UK, GCC and Australia considered as the leading sovereign players. Breeding and racing are considered its top two segments and constitute a major portion of industry revenues. The industry is set for continuous and sustainable growth driven by strong demand and an increasing prize money.

Our portfolio currently consists of more than 120 Thoroughbred horses ranging in price, spread across the USA, UK, Ireland, France, Dubai, and Australia.

Food and Beverage

Phoenix Food and Beverage (F&B) investments provide investors with the opportunity to invest in the global F&B industry to generate attractive risk-adjusted returns across different segments focusing on franchises with current global reach, start-up franchises, and regional franchises that are looking to expand globally. This sector is forecasted to see sustainable growth over the next 5-10 years.

The investment strategy is to acquire, actively manage and divest, at the end of a given period, high value F&B franchises. The Global Consumer Food Service Sector is estimated to be worth around US$1.7 trillion in annual sales and has been growing at around 3– 4 per cent annually over the past five years. The food service sector includes quick service restaurants, casual dining, cafeterias, cafés, fine dining, takeout, and outdoor food vendors.

The largest segment within the global consumer food service is the Global Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) segment. This segment has been the primary growth engine for consumer food service and includes what is typically called fast food.It is estimated to be worth about US$600 billion in annual global sales with an estimated 800,000 units.