We develop unique and transparent investment solutions which invest directly in sustainable real assets.
When structuring such investments, we are guided primarily by the specific investment needs of our co-investors and partners.
Following the motto of “Nature in the portfolio”, we realise and look after natural assets, with a view towards ensuring sustainability and social responsibility while at the same time balancing risk and reward.
Since 2010, we focus on Indian sandalwood grown in Australia. We were the first international investor to invest in Quintis managed Indian sandalwood plantations in Australia.
Today, our plantation neighbours include renowned institutional investors such as the Church of England, a prestigious university foundation from Boston (USA) as well as one of the largest sovereign wealth funds from the United Arab Emirates.
When selecting and developing our investments, we look to structure them in a way which best meets the needs of our co-investors and partners. We, that is Peter Jäderberg, founder and Managing Director of the Jäderberg & Cie Group as well as his experienced team of financial, legal and tax experts. For seven years now, we have focused exclusively on investments in Indian sandalwood plantations in Australia and consequently have been able to acquire a unique level of know-how and expertise relating to this extraordinary natural resource.
We have placed several investments over recent years.
In 2010/11 we launched two equity investments, the private placement JC Indian Sandalwood 1 as well as the closed-ended fund JC Indian Sandalwood 2, which were both pioneering investments and closed in mid-2013.
The indicative value of these investments has already tripled. Our equity investors can opt to receive annual payouts.
All requests for such disbursements have been fulfilled 100%.
We are involved in various networks and are members of the Bundesverband Finanzdienstleistung eV (AfW), the Federal Association of German Foundations, as well as the Forum on Sustainable Money Investments (FNG).
We also belong to the Inner Circle of the Elbphilharmonie (Elbe Philharmonic Hall in Hamburg).