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DomaCom Infrastructure Crowdfunding Projects

ASX Listed, Funds
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Fund, Property

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  • Executive Summary

    Executive Summary

    Current investment opportunities within DomaCom

    One of DomaCom’s crowdfunding investment themes is infrastructure. There are currently three separate investment campaigns available offering similar returns in assets and geographic areas. They are; a residential lifestyle affordable housing project for retirees, a regional bioHub renewable energy plant, and a regional social infrastructure project. These projects are targeting attractive returns ranging from a development return of 15% – 20% for periods ranging from 12 – 36 months, with ongoing leasehold income returns in the order of 7% – 8% pa.

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    Akuna Cobram Residential Community

    • Underlying thematic is affordable housing for retirees
      • 3 hours north of Melbourne on the Murray River
      • 147 Residential home sites and community facilities including clubhouse, sports centre, pool and bowling green
      • Strong demographic drivers  → aging population
      • Similar Models are well established – e.g. Gateway Lifestyle (ASX:GTY)
    • Development & Ongoing Rental
      • Develop 8 hectare site with roads and services for 147 home sites as well as community facilities
      • Retirees purchase modular home and then lease the home site for 49 years
    • Crowdfunding campaign underway
      • $6.3 Million being raised
      • $1.4 million being pledged by project sponsors
      • No debt in the project
    • Attractive return targets
      • Development return is targeted to be annualised 15% over 3-4 years
      • Ongoing lease returns to investors are expected to be around 8% p.a. after running costs
      • Investors receive prioritised return ahead of developers

    Casino bioHub Plant

    • Underlying thematic is regional renewable energy infrastructure
      • Recover value from waste streams
      • 10-year lease to Utilitas Pty Ltd – a pioneer of advanced anaerobic
      • Expected long term energy purchase agreements
      • Existing technology in extensive use overseas
      • More than 90 further projects have been scoped
      • Strong demographic drivers  à rapidly increasing energy costs
      • Model has been proved – 10,000+ similar plants in operation in Germany
    • Development & Ongoing Rental
      • Acquire land and develop plant which will then be leased to operating company
      • DomaCom model separates infrastructure from operating company
    • Crowdfunding campaign underway
      • $4.3 Million being raised
      • No debt in the project
    • Attractive return targets
      • Development return is targeted to be 20% over 12-18 months
      • Ongoing lease is expected to be around 8% p.a. on uplifted value after running costs
    • Socially Responsible Investment – with attractive returns!
      • Creating energy from waste
      • Providing energy price solution to regional businesses
      • Creates local jobs in regional Australia

    Deniliquin Federal Hotel

    • Underlying thematic is regional social infrastructure
      • Acquire and redevelop the historic hotel into a brasserie & cinema complex
        • 60-80 seat cinema
        • Restaurants
        • Bed & breakfast accommodation
      • Multi year lease to cinema operator Omecca
      • Strong demographic drivers  à regional Australia needs social infrastructure
      • The first regional cinema complex has already been completed by Omecca
    • Development & Ongoing Rental
      • Acquire land and develop cinema entertainment complex which will then be leased to operating company
      • DomaCom model separates infrastructure from operating company
    • Crowdfunding campaign underway
      • $1.5 Million being raised
      • $400K ( approx. 27%)  pledged by project sponsors
    • Attractive return targets
      • Development return is targeted to be 15-20% over 12-18 months
      • Ongoing lease is expected to be around 7-8% p.a. on uplifted value
    • Socially Responsible Investment – with attractive returns!
      • Creating social infrastructure for regional Australia
      • Creates local jobs in regional Australia

    About DomaCom (ASX: DCL)

    DomaCom Ltd (ASX:DCL) is the first ASIC registered and ASX listed Fractional Investment Fund in Australia designed to provide an asset allocation solution to investing in property by enabling property to be invested in small amounts from $2,500 upwards. More information at https://wholesaleinvestor.com.au/company/domacom-ltd/

  • Board & Management

    Board & Management

    Arthur Naoumidis

    Chief Executive Officer
    After 20 years as an IT consultant, Arthur spent 5 years at JB Were and BNP Paribas building an operating investment administration systems and businesses. Using the combined technology and investment administration background, Arthur founded...

    After 20 years as an IT consultant, Arthur spent 5 years at JB Were and BNP Paribas building an operating investment administration systems and businesses. Using the combined technology and investment administration background, Arthur founded the now ASX Listed Praemium (ASX:PPS). Arthur grew Praemium into a business with 500 client firms (accountants, financial planners, stockbrokers, SMSF administrators and institutions) in Australia administering over $43 Billion as well as partnering with Blackrock Australia to launch Australia’s first online SMA. As a result of listing Praemium on the ASX, Arthur took the Praemium SMA concept to the UK and successfully launched the SMA platform business of Praemium UK. Arthur is now taking some of the advanced equity concepts he pioneered in the equity markets during his Praemium days into a market that has been relatively untouched by technology and business process improvements – the property market.

    Ross Laidlaw

    Executive Director
    Ross has spent over 25 years in Financial Services, and has deep and expansive experience within markets in Australasia, Europe and America. His strength lies in the development of start-up or green field developments and...

    Ross has spent over 25 years in Financial Services, and has deep and expansive experience within markets in Australasia, Europe and America. His strength lies in the development of start-up or green field developments and driving them into fully fledged and profitable businesses. Ross was CEO of the successful Skandia Platform for over 8 years (1999 to 2008) developing it into a leading Platform that was well supported by independent financial planners. Prior to being transferred to Skandia’s European business the business had $15 billion in AUM and employed over 200 staff. Ross has held a number of directorships including the Australian businesses, Skandia’s joint venture in Mainland China, Skandia’s Fund Management Company in Ireland and American Skandia’s Broker Dealer group. Ross has recently returned to Australia after working for Sweden’s largest Asset Management business in the capacity of Head of the Baltics and International sales. Ross is qualified Chartered Accountant, and Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.

    Grahame Evans

    Non-Executive Chairman
    Grahame has been extensively involved with the financial services industry for over 30 years. He has held a variety of board positions including Chairman of Australian, Canadian, Singaporean & Chinese investment & advice businesses and...

    Grahame has been extensively involved with the financial services industry for over 30 years. He has held a variety of board positions including Chairman of Australian, Canadian, Singaporean & Chinese investment & advice businesses and also as a director of Malaysian and New Zealand companies. He is a regular speaker at conferences both in Australia and overseas and holds an MBA from the prestigious Australian Graduate School of Management, voted in the top 10 management schools in the Asian region. Grahame’s executive roles have included CEO Investments for Tower Australia, Managing Director , AMP Consulting and Group Managing Director of Centrepoint Wealth. He is currently an executive director of GPS Wealth. At 32, Grahame was the youngest Australian ever to be appointed to the board of an Australian life insurance company.

    Graeme Billings

    Non-Executive Director
    Graeme has been a chartered accountant since 1977. He retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2011 after 34 years where he was a senior partner in the Assurance practice. Graeme is a former head of the Melbourne...

    Graeme has been a chartered accountant since 1977. He retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2011 after 34 years where he was a senior partner in the Assurance practice. Graeme is a former head of the Melbourne Assurance practice as well as leading the Firm’s Australian and Global Industrial Products businesses. He has extensive experience in providing assurance, governance ,transaction and consulting services to multi-national and national companies in the automotive, manufacturing, consumer goods and construction industries. Graeme was also a regular media commentator on the Industrial Products sector. Graeme is now an advisor to various companies as well as acting as a non-executive director for a number of public and private companies in the financial services, manufacturing, retail and construction sectors.

    David Archbold

    Non-Executive Director
    David has over 45 years experience in the property industry in Australia. Prior to the establishment of International Property Group Pty Limited in 1991, David was Executive Director – International, for Colliers Jardine and Executive...

    David has over 45 years experience in the property industry in Australia. Prior to the establishment of International Property Group Pty Limited in 1991, David was Executive Director – International, for Colliers Jardine and Executive General Manager of Hooker Corporation. Previously he was Managing Director of Baillieu Knight Frank (SA) Pty Ltd, then Managing Director of Baillieu Knight Frank (NSW) and a Director/Partner of the Australian Company. He was appointed to advise the South Australian Asset Management Corporation on restructuring the $4 billion property portfolio of the former State Bank of South Australia. He was a member of the Board of the Asset Management Task Force in South Australia, responsible for overseeing the sale and upgrading of Government assets. He was also appointed to the Property Divestment Steering Committee by the South Australian Government. From July 1995 to June 2004, David was a member of the Board of the Motor Accident Commission (formerly known as the State Government Insurance Commission) which is responsible for third party insurance and a number of government assets.

    Peter Church OAM

    Non-Executive Director
    Peter Church OAM has joined the Board of DomaCom in August 2015. Peter has had an outstanding career, much of which has been spent in South East Asia where he has implemented strategies for investors...

    Peter Church OAM has joined the Board of DomaCom in August 2015.

    Peter has had an outstanding career, much of which has been spent in South East Asia where he has implemented strategies for investors and those seeking to develop and carry on business, as well as other related corporate advisory activities.

    Peter was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 1994 by the Australian Government for promotion of business between Australia and South East Asia.  His current appointments include Executive Chairman of the AFG Venture Group, Special Counsel at Stephenson Harwood, Non Executive Director at ASX-listed OM Holdings Limited, Elara Capital PLC,  and Non Executive Chairman of Bangkok International Associates.  He is also the Adjunct Professor at Curtin University Business School.

    Peter’s knowledge and experience will prove invaluable as DomaCom expands into Asia with our first office having opened in Singapore earlier this year.

    Cathryn Nolan

    Non-Executive Director
    Cathryn has spent more than 20 years working as a corporate and commercial lawyer with experience across a range of industries, with particular focus on equity markets, technology and large projects. Prior to joining DomaCom,...

    Cathryn has spent more than 20 years working as a corporate and commercial lawyer with experience across a range of industries, with particular focus on equity markets, technology and large projects. Prior to joining DomaCom, Cathryn was an executive director and the General Counsel of ASX listed Praemium Limited (ASX:PPS) where she had responsibility for the legal, compliance and regulatory aspects of all group operations, including the development of unique legal structures for the deployment of that company’s technologies in the UK. One of the original founders, Cathryn initially acted as General Counsel, Company Secretary and later as Head of Compliance, providing thought leadership and designing solutions enabling the creation of DomaCom’s unique features within a retail financial product offering framework. Currently, Cathryn’s main focus is on new product solutions.

  • Contact Details

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