JWP ICAV FUND
JWP ICAV is an open-ended private equity fund with an umbrella structure, registered at the Central Bank of Ireland (the first immigration fund to assist foreign investors in acquiring Irish Stamp 4 residency visa, approved by both INIS and Central Bank of Ireland). JWP ICAV is gaining market momentum and popularity among immigration investors. The fund is expected to raise 100 million euros by the end of 2022. The Fund's primary investment focus is Irish nursing homes with potential for expansion and employment creation. We anticipate that the magnitude of the Fund will continue to grow during the next few years, with more capital expected after the next subscription window, recognizing that Ireland will be the sole native English speaking country in the EU following Brexit.
Fund registration approval letter issued by the Central Bank of Ireland
Fund approval letter issued by INIS
Investor Pre-approval letter issued by INIS
Investor Approval letter issued by INIS
JWP ICAV FUND takes a stable investment strategy. The investment target only select mature properties which can increases the profit cycle and earns stable rental income; Avoiding the potential risks of construction, completion, registration approval, and operation of new projects.
The JWP ICAV Fund only invests in small and medium-sized premises, within the Investment portfolio designated by the Irish Naturalization and Immigration Service, maximizes the fund's ability to maintain high liquidity at the time of exit to facilitate a late sale. With the increase in the number of investors, the larger the fund scale is, the more the target number is, thus the investment risk is more dispersed.
Most private equity funds on the market, especially private real estate funds, use leverage to operate by using its assets and future cash flows of their target companies to get a loan from a bank. JWP ICAV Fund has no leverage, no senior debt or subordinated debt, use no loans from bank. Investors, as shareholders will be the first to be paid back without bank leverage.