79th Group Alternative Investment Introductions

79th group

Established asset manager 79th Group has rapidly built an impressive reputation in acquiring and managing alternative investment opportunities across sectors like real estate, natural resources, and leisure. As an introducer for 79th Group’s specialised investment offerings, New Capital Link leverages its extensive investor network to connect accredited clients seeking inflation-beating returns.

Who is the 79th Group?

The Seventy-Ninth Group, better known as 79th Group, is an award-winning asset management firm headquartered in the United Kingdom. Founded by serial entrepreneur David Webster and his sons Jake and Curtis in 2020, 79th Group has swiftly become one of the nation’s fastest-growing investment companies.

What sets 79th Group apart is its deep specialisation across four key alternative asset classes – residential real estate, commercial real estate, natural resources, and leisure properties. The firm targets undervalued distressed assets and applies its operational expertise and capital to transform them into thriving investments.

Now chaired by David and his sons Jake and Curtis, the 79th Group benefits from over 30 years of industry experience derived from the Webster family. With Jake and Curtis leading operations and investment strategy, alongside Natalie Bellis as CEO, 79th Group blends extensive financial pedigree with the strong family values of loyalty, reliability and integrity.

What Does 79th Group Specialise In?

As one of the UK’s leading alternative investment managers, 79th Group focuses on four primary verticals:

Residential Real Estate

The firm launches specialised residential real estate projects, leveraging in-depth property development experience to create desirable housing developments. 79th Group identifies promising but undervalued sites to transform into prime residential opportunities.

Commercial Real Estate


Similarly, 79th Group also redevelops and refurbishes commercial real estate assets across the UK. With expertise spanning site selection to design and construction, 79th Group upgrades business facilities to provide affordable, flexible and safe environments tailored to small and medium-sized enterprises.

Leisure Property

A more unique area the firm focuses on is leisure assets, specifically holiday parks. 79th Group recognised the vast untapped investment potential within the UK holiday park sector. They now stand at the forefront of acquiring and upgrading the nation’s most renowned parks to set a new industry standard.

Natural Resources

Lastly, the 79th Group is one of the largest developers of natural resources across West Africa. They are heavily involved in mineral extraction, exploration and production – with a portfolio spanning gold, lithium, iron ore, diamonds and oil across countries like Ghana, Ivory Coast, and Gabon.

The group’s expansive footprint allows for an early-mover advantage in the race to secure rights to Africa’s abundant commodity reserves. With commodity prices surging amid supply instability, 79th Group offers a gateway for accredited investors to participate in this secular growth trend.

What is New Capital Link’s Relationship?

New Capital Link maintains a strategic introducer relationship with 79th Group to connect its network of over 2,500 elite investors with these exclusive alternative investment offerings.

With deep roots in the alternatives space, New Capital Link qualifies and advises accredited clients on constructing inflation-resistant portfolios. Their team vets opportunities from partners like 79th Group to source specialised real asset investments historically resilient to inflation.

As an introducer, New Capital Link essentially functions as an external sales arm for 79th Group’s products. They leverage their extensive investor Rolodex to efficiently match appropriate clients with 79th Group’s residential funds, commercial projects, leisure assets, and mining investments.

In doing so, New Capital Link opens the door for its clients to access institutional-grade alternative investments beyond the scope of traditional public equity and fixed-income allocations. With 79th Group offerings targeting double-digit annual returns, accredited investors can diversify into real assets for compelling risk-return profiles.

Alternative Investment Specialist

Founded in 2009, New Capital Link delivers specialized alternative investment funds and products to accredited investors globally. Areas of focus include real estate, venture capital, fund of funds structures and more. Founder & CEO Rachel Buscall has over 15 years of alternative investment experience supporting New Capital Link’s market-leading status.

If you are an accredited investor interested in inflation-resistant alternative investments, New Capital Link can advise on constructing a balanced portfolio. Reach out today to be connected with exclusive opportunities.

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by Rachel Buscall

by Rachel Buscall

Co-Founder & Managing Director at New Capital Link. Having started her career in the financial sector, Rachel demonstrated a natural flair for entrepreneurship.

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