Since 2005, we have managed 13 funds/vehicles through the entire process of fund management from fundraising, investment screening, deal execution, operations and investment monitoring to successful exit.
Logistics Investments Fund II The Co-GP USD Fund was closed in 2020 with a strategy of investing in development projects in the logistics sector.Vanke SCPG & CITIC Capital Retail Fund
Vanke SCPG & CITIC Capital Retail Fund is the firm’s first retail focused RMB Fund focusing on 1st and 2nd tier cities in China.Single Office Fund The RMB fund was closed in 2018 with an office building in the prime Jing’an district in Shanghai, China.Bohai Huijin-CITIC Capital ID Mall Asset-backed Securities SchemeCITIC Capital’s first Fund Structure Quasi-REIT launched on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in October 2017 with an issue size of RMB2.77 billion.Logistics Investments Fund I
The USD Fund was established in 2017 and has invested in two logistics assets in Shanghai and Nanjing.CITIC Capital London Property FundCITIC Capital London Property Fund invested in a high-end residential development project located in Curzon Street, Mayfair, one of London’s most prestigious address.CITIC Capital Urban Regeneration FundThe Co-GP RMB Fund was closed in 2016 and exited in 2019 with the strategy of converting a commercial office building to a residential building.CITIC Capital RMB Fund CITIC Capital Real Estate Group was involved in the investment management of CITIC Capital's first RMB-denominated Multi-Asset Class Fund with a 20% allocation to real estate. Investment strategies included acquisition and development of office and retail property, and equity investment in listed or non-listed leading developers. The Fund was closed in 2014 and the real estate position was exited in 2018.Co-investment Platform Fund The Fund is a co-investment platform for one of the world’s leading sovereign wealth funds aiming to achieve medium-term capital appreciation through co-investments with a development partner. The USD Fund was closed in 2013 and exited in 2017, it focused on investment opportunities in new residential development projects in the second-tier cities of China.CITIC Capital REF IVCITIC Capital REF IV is a retail-focused USD Fund which closed in 2012 and focuses on prime retail opportunistic investments.CITIC Capital REF IIICITIC Capital REF III was closed in 2008 and exited in 2017, with investments in project development, acquisitions and entity-level investments in Chinese real estate companies. The Fund also invested in commercial properties, with a special focus on value-add opportunities for distressed properties.CITIC Capital REF IICITIC Capital REF II focused on residential development and sought to generate a return from the strong demand for affordable middle-class housing in China. The Fund which was co-invested with a leading Chinese property developer was closed in 2007 and exited in 2012.CITIC Capital REF ICITIC Capital REF I was CITIC Capital’s first USD real estate fund closed in 2006 with an exit date in 2007. The strategy of this Fund was to target special situation and distressed opportunities in which CITIC Capital could leverage its unique base of relationships to source and close real estate investments which required a high degree of flexibility and sophistication.