Investing in bonds, stocks and structured notes does not always make the client portfolios sufficiently diversified.
The key to a true diversification is to have portions of the portfolio invested in strategies which would perform exceptionally well during high volatility periods when correlations between the traditional assets classes converge and volatility increases in a extreme way.
1OAK has partnered with a number of major banks to provide an open architecture platform delivering best in class investment portfolio solutions typically available to institutional clients only.
Throughout its strategic clients’ network, 1OAK has high visibility on deals that are mostly reserved to niche markets. These Club Deals are off market opportunities that are carefully researched and sourced via our extensive network of families and specialised professionals.
1OAK creates strong synergies amongst its strategic clients’ networks, offering them the opportunity to share deals and co-invest in Club Deals or on a stand-alone basis.
Property investment office
1OAK Property Investment Office has been established for clients aiming at accessing the property market in an institutional manner with high level of service and added-value.
We offer a turn-key solution of research, development, purchase, sale, management and financing services.
From start to finish, the Property Investment Office leverages on its extensive experience and network in order to support our clients no matter what the investment criteria.
Our presence is global, with a focus on Europe and US. We are also expanding our activities in the Middle East, Africa and Asia on the back of our client requests.
Structuring and managing solutions compliant with our partners’ sharia board requirements or external and independent panel of scholars selected by the client
Delivering ready made sharia compliant solutions:
- Convening reliable and proven sharia board members
- Validating concepts and solutions
- Delivering the Fatwa at inception
- Ongoing auditing during investment period
Islamic structured deposits