What we do

At OPUS Invest we build bridges between investors and managers, connecting you to new and exciting investment opportunities on a global scale.

By doing our homework and thoroughly researching investment strategies, we add exceptional and lasting value before and after the deal is done.

By enabling individuals to access private market products, OPUS Invest seeks to empower a wider range of investors to realise their financial goals.

The OPUS Advantage

We aim to present you with a selected range of Private Market investments through OPUS Invest. The advantage is that we offer carefully selected options sourced by us through market knowledge.

A further advantage presented by Private Market investments is that not all the capital committed by an investor is immediately called. It’s a gradual process. Your capital is “called” as and when the Manager judges the time and the opportunity to be right to invest.

We strive to pave the way for you to be able to choose from a range of options and to provide transparent and robust administration as your capital becomes fully vested- so you know exactly where you stand.


Capital Calls and Distributions

Capital Calls and Distributions are key components of private market investing and can impact the capital required to invest in a fund.

We understand that starting capital can be a challenge for some investors. Which is why our digital investment platform is designed to make it easier for you to invest.

With OPUS Invest you can put down a smaller percentage of the full investment commitment up front, then spread out the rest via capital calls over the fund’s lifecycle.

Additionally, you may receive distributions throughout the fund’s life – which can further reduce your net cash outlay. Our platform manages all the admin and cash flow for you, so you can focus on achieving your investment goals.


We charge a transparent fee for our services, based on the size of the investment and the type of product.

You will always know what fees you’re looking at before requesting an allocation.