Private Equity Portfolio

Portfolio Thesis

The primary investment strategy of the private equity portfolio is to purchase businesses or invest in portions of businesses where Qube believes the businesses are undervalued and have growth potential or operational inefficiencies. Qube manages the businesses with a focus on creating systems, efficiency, and economies of scale.  

Qube stabilizes and grows the businesses before selling to a larger fund or selling back our position through a shareholder buyout. Qube seeks to realize value on investments within a 5-10 year investment window. Placements of investment are typically between $500k -$3M per holding. 

Why Private Equity?

Private equity is an opportunity for investors to diversify their portfolios to include a position in alternative assets. The investments traditionally offer a low correlation to stocks and bonds with the potential for higher returns in the private market. These factors make private equity attractive for a portion of an investors portfolio. 

Private equity should be included as a part of a well diversified portfolio and not a replacement for either stocks or bonds.

Who is the

Typical Investor? 

Investors should be comfortable with a longer term investment horizon and not have immediate liquidity needs for their committed capital. They have a higher tolerance for risk and are comfortable with annual reporting. Investments in private equity are not eligible for registered accounts. Investors will be required to meet accredited investor criteria. Contact a Qube representative for more information.

Qube's Private Equity Portfolio

You can access more detailed information from Qube's team; please consult professional advice prior to investing to ensure your investment is appropriate based on your tolerance for risk. 


For more information, please contact us.

Lead Portfolio Manager: Ian Quigley, MBA
Investor Relations Contact: Michael Baker, MBA