Revcap Local Operating Partners
Cumulative Revcap Transactions
Revcap Staff
  • 2004

    Revcap formed in March 2004

    Revcap I initially launched with £80m of fully discretionary equity funding from Revcap’s founding partners and Bank of Scotland

    First transactions closed in the UK, France, Germany, Sweden and Belgium

  • 2005

    Founding of Ark Data Centres and acquisition of the Corsham campus

    JV created with Insite Poster Properties

    Creation of Balmain Asset Management – Revcap’s first Real Estate Platform investment

    First transaction closed in Poland

    First transactions exited from Revcap I

  • 2006

    Revcap I capacity increased to £175m

    First transaction closed in Norway

    Creation of Generator Group as a Platform Investment focused on UK mixed use development projects

    Acquisition of a 29.9% stake in Gresham House plc, the LSE listed investment specialist asset management platform

  • 2007

    Completion of 100th JV transaction by Revcap I

    Revcap I capacity increased to £325m

    First transactions closed in Finland and Austria

  • 2008

    Stella Vitalis German nursing home platform created

    Multiple exits achieved from Revcap I as the GFC takes hold

  • 2009

    Lloyds Bank acquires Bank of Scotland

    Decision taken to build speculative Data Centre at Corsham campus

    Creation of Quadriga Automotive Real Estate as a Platform Investment

  • 2010

    Creation of the £30m KCHP I opportunistic JV with British Airways Pension fund

    Acquisition of Farnborough campus by Ark Data Centres

    Revcap completes first purpose built student accommodation transaction at College Green, Bristol

  • 2011

    Creation of the £225m SHCP III opportunistic JV with a major US based hedge fund

    Revcap I increased to £413m by Lloyds Bank

    Acquisition of majority stake in Fortress Multi Service Centres, a platform focused on the German roadside retail market

  • 2012

    Creation of £150m KHCP II – Revcap’s first co-mingled European opportunity fund with 7 institutional investors

    Recapitalisation of Ark Data Centres

  • 2013

    Revcap I bought out from Lloyds Bank by Revcap’s principals

    Creation of £100m HCP I – Revcap’s first core plus vehicle

    Completion of Revcap’s 250th transation

    Recapitalisation of Carisbrooke Investments

  • 2014

    Launch and closing of £225m KHCP III opportunity fund

    Formation of Oval Real Estate, as a UK Platform Investment focused on UK investment and development transactions

  • 2015

    Founding of Otium Real Estate, as a Platform Investment focused on the UK leisure market

    Completion of first UK PRS investment at Clippers Quay, Manchester

  • 2016

    Formation of HCP II – Revcap’s follow on core plus vehicle

    Launch of £250m KHCP IV opportunity fund

  • 2017

    Final close of KHCP IV above target level

    Revcap and friends raise over £100,000 for the the Elifar Foundation and LandAid as over 50 people complete the Property Walk

  • 2018

    Completion of first transactions in Germany for Whitehawk

    Revcap’s first acquisition in Spain with the Madlyn acquisition in Madrid

  • 2019

    First acquisition for Whitehawk in France

    Launch of  KHCP V and first acquisitions in UK and Germany

    15 year anniversary of the foundation of Revcap

  • 2020

    Final close of KHCP V at £269m

    Strategic investment in Pi Labs the leading European proptech business

    Exit from Insite Poster Properties

    Record £213k raised for charitable causes during the Covid-19 pandemic

    Closing of Whiteberry Partners LLP, a long term JV with Texas Teachers to invest in large platform investments

  • 2021

    Closing of first transactions for Whiteberry Partners LLP in the UK with Habodel / G2M Ireland and France

    Exit from Magdeburg, Rockingham, Metro and Bread Factory assets

    First acquisition for Whitehawk in the Netherlands

  • 2022

    Closing of first transactions for Whiteberry Partners II in Spain

    Exit of Fortress Multi Service Centres in Germany

  • 2023

    Closing of multiple transactions for Whiteberry Partners II including Adlington Hall