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Investing with Heartland

Heartland does not offer investors or securities to the public.

Who can invest?

Investment opportunities are only available to certain persons who are wholesale investors (as defined in the Financial Markets Conduct Act) or otherwise exempt from the disclosure requirements set out in the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 by way of an exemption contained in schedule 1 of that Act. For more information regarding the Financial Markets Conduct Act, view our 'Financial Markets Conduct Act' page.

Investor Profile

An individual, company, partnership or trust who is interested in registering as an investor with Heartland:

  • Will have sufficient net worth so that they can participate in the investment opportunities presented to the group. The amount invested in Heartland’s opportunities should form an appropriate percentage of an investors’ portfolio, based on discussions with their investment advisor.
  • Will have an appetite for the inherent risk (and corresponding rewards) of unlisted private equity securities, and will be comfortable with the idea that a range of Heartland investments fit within their investment strategy or portfolio.

A disclosure statement for Heartland is available on request and free of charge.

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Register as an Investor

Registration is free and enables eligible investors to receive an Information Memorandum for every new investment opportunity with us.

Clause 37, Schedule 1 – Investment businesses

  1. A person is an investment business if the person is —
    1. an entity whose principal business consists of 1 or more of the following:
      1. investing in financial products; or
      2. acting as an underwriter; or
      3. providing a financial adviser service (within the meaning of section 9 of the Financial Advisers Act 2008) in relation to financial products; or
      4. providing a broking service (within the meaning of section 77B of the Financial Advisers Act 2008) in relation to financial products; or
      5. trading in financial products on behalf of other persons; or
    2. a registered bank; or
    3. an NBDT; or
    4. a licensed insurer (within the meaning of section 6(1) of the Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Act 2010); or
    5. a manager of a registered scheme, or a discretionary investment management service, that holds a market services licence; or
    6. a derivatives issuer that holds a market services licence; or
    7. a QFE or an authorised financial adviser.
  2. Subclause (1)(a) does not apply to an entity if the entity was established or acquired with a view to using it as an entity to which offers of financial products may be made in reliance upon the exclusion in clause 3.
  3. Subclause (2) does not limit clause 9.