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Westbrooke Alternative Asset Management is a multi-asset, multi-strategy manager of alternative investment funds and products across private debt, hybrid capital, real estate and private equity / venture capital which are structured to preserve and compound our clients’ wealth to cement their future prosperity.

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89… First identified in the abstract world of mathematics, it also
miraculously reveals itself in the real world – in nature, art,
architecture and music.

Of all its manifestations, nowhere is the sequence more
beautifully revealed than in the aloe. This succulent plant has
a complex structure but its presentation is delightfully simple.
It also has the capacity to survive and thrive even in the
harshest of climates.

Fibonacci and the aloe express the spirit and purpose of
Westbrooke Alternative Asset Management: to deliver
sequential predictable growth while preserving capital and
containing risk – regardless of prevailing market conditions.
who we are With offices in Johannesburg and London, Westbrooke provides investors with alternative solutions, locally and offshore, that aim to deliver returns that are generally uncorrelated to traditional asset classes. private equity (S12J) Westbrooke, SA’s largest S12J fund manager, offers investment opportunities in Section 12J, a provision of the Income Tax Act that is designed to boost the South African economy by promoting private investment into SMEs while providing an attractive tax break for investors. private equity (rhythm fund) A unique opportunity to invest into a diversified global portfolio of early-stage companies which demonstrate innovative and disruptive business models. real estate Westbrooke USA Residential are direct investments into USA Multifamily residential properties in partnership with USA-based property asset managers. private debt An alternative offshore opportunity to invest into a diversified portfolio of higher yielding private debt investments targeting short-term real estate and lower-middle market companies across the UK and other developed economies.

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