Msquared provides its investors with high-quality, risk-rated returns, paid monthly, backed by property.
Interested in earning up to double-digit returns with income paid monthly?
Msquared Capital is a trusted private credit provider. We source and evaluate quality borrowers needing finance and match them with funding from one of our three investment vehicles. Investors have a choice of investment return depending on their risk appetite. Msquared Capital has returned 100% of investor capital since inception.
What we do
Msquared Capital is a trusted private credit provider. It sources and evaluates quality borrowers needing finance and matches them with funding from one of our three investment vehicles. Investors have a choice of investment return depending on their risk profile. Msquared Capital has returned 100% of investor capital since inception.
Invest in a diversified portfolio of first registered mortgage investments. The Msquared Mortgage Income Fund has a maximum LVR of 70% for any given loan, and will not have exposure to vacant land, construction, or development loans.
*In October, the Fund returned 7.75% p.a., with a Weighted LVR of 53.67%.
Invest in a diversified portfolio of mortgage investments aimed at ensuring the Fund delivers a higher return for investors. The Msquared High Yield Mortgage Income Fund has a maximum LVR of 80% for any given loan, which includes shorter-term loans with limited exposure to vacant land, construction, or development.
*In October, the Fund returned 10.30% p.a., with a Weighted LVR of 58.80%.
Curate your investment portfolio by investing in individual loan opportunities that suit your risk profile. The Msquared Contributory Mortgage Income Fund assesses LVRs on a case-by-case basis, with limited exposure to vacant land, construction, or development. The Fund targets a net return between 7.50% p.a. and 14.00% p.a.
Msquared Capital is led by a group of industry experts with deep experience across banking, finance, and funds management. Their combined experience has resulted in 100% of investor capital being returned since inception.
Msquared Capital Managing Director, Paul Miron, speaks with David Koch on ausbiz to discuss the latest developments in private credit, the economy, and how Msquared is positioning our funds accordingly.
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