AIMS Funds Management Group wishes to become one of the leading international managers of property, real estate securities and mortgage funds.
We aim to achieve this through being innovative and creative in our approach to designing solutions to clients’ investment needs.
We are disciplined and focused in our approach to the management of property, real estate securities and mortgage funds.
The formulation of alliances with other firms in the areas of distribution, back office support and other non-core activities enables us to focus on our key strengths.
We have a culture where staff are motivated to perform at their best and share in the success of the Company.
AIMS Funds Management Group wishes to become one the leading managers of property, real estate securities and mortgage assets internationally.
Our Business Strategy
- Property investment management is our core business to which we bring a depth of experience and a professional and innovative approach.
- The business is run by people knowledgeable of and with extensive experience in funds management.
- We wish to be recognised and respected as one of the leading innovators and high quality firms in the funds management industry.
Our business strategy encompasses some key components:
- A singular focus on the management of property, real estate securities and mortgage assets.
- A disciplined acquisition approach to property and property securities investment and credit approval policies for mortgages.
- Strong risk management culture and processes.
- Incorporating a quality assurance approach.
- Consistent 1st and 2nd quartile investment performance.
- Make it easy for clients to do business with us by providing a quality service and a thorough use of technology as a service facilitator.
Maintain a Quality Team
- Recruit, train and motivate the right people with the right mix of skills.
- Develop a work environment that is conducive to creativity and close working relationships between staff and with clients.
- An organisation structure without bureaucracy and institutional distractions.