​​Disciplined Key Attributes

Target Return 20% on attractive risk-adjusted basis  
Denominated in £ Sterling
Up to 70% LTV across portfolio
LLP size of up to £100 million

Allocation Strategy

Commercial - medium to long-term hold

Residential - opportunistic - short to medium-term hold

Transparent Fee Structure
Management fee 2% on NAV
Performance fee 20%​​​​


Rental pricing power
Strong residual value / alternative uses    
Secure and  stable cash flows

Nicholas founded, and is Managing Director of Oak Investment Management Group, a Pan-European property specialist firm.

Prior to establishing OIMG, Nicholas was part of the fund management team for the European real estate platform of the State Pension Fund of Kuwait

Before this, Nicholas was the co-fund manager of J.O.Hambro Capital Management where he ran their distressed real estate fund, examining and purchasing real estate held on the balance sheets of some of the largest banks in the world

During his time at these two institutions he has invested in real estate assets and loans with an exposure to all sub-sectors (commercial, industrial, retail and residential) throughout Europe.  Deals have ranged from transaction in the open market to private treaty transactions with institutions concerned

Nicholas has an MBA from Columbia Business School in the City of New York.  He has a BA and MA from the University of Oxford. He also has an MPhil from the University of Cambridge

​​​​​​​Oak London Capital LLP is a collaboration between Michael Hecht and Nicholas Frankopan, two highly experienced property managers with deep management and development experience​

Attributes of commercial and residential properties in London

                                    Why  ‘Oak London Capital LLP’ and why commercial and residential together?

Simply because we believe London is - and will remain, regardless of Brexit woes, one of the world’s leading capital cities that will never go ‘out of fashion’ as a safe haven

The opportunity to gain exposure to this exciting market across both segments - commercial and residential - through experienced London specialists via only one investment is not only unique, but also prudent

We believe the blend will deliver the best of both worlds:

The stable income from the longer term commercial investments combined with the 40% allocation to shorter-term residential opportunities of a more entrepreneurial kind, perfectly balances the risk profile whilst providing exposure to both segments of the unique London property market

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  • All acquired properties will be held in separate UK SPVs. Investors will be allocated pro rata shareholdings
  • We aim to pre-sell the residential development projects as soon as possible after project start 
  • Upon project completion and subsequent sale of a property, accumulated interest plus a pro rata profit share will be calculated and distributed to the shareholder(s)​

33 Lowndes Street, London SW1X 9HX

Michael Hecht +44 7809 239 018
Nicholas Frankopan +44 7818 892 524


Allocation Strategy          

Commercial - medium to long-term hold
Residential - opportunistic - short to medium-term hold

Michael has been involved with real estate for most of his life, starting in his native Denmark where he spent the first part of his business life before moving to London in 1993

Michael’s focus is on acquisition, property 
financing structures, development, interior design and concepts such as micro apartments, serviced apartments, luxury retirement solutions and single units where value can be added through upgrade. The turnaround time for projects is typically 6 -18 months

The ability to identify new opportunities and add value to a deal has proven successful throughout a career that includes transactions and consultancy in London, Copenhagen, Miami and South of France

Deals are sourced - often off market - from a substantial network of contacts. For OAK LONDON CAPITAL LLP, Michael will focus on development/refurbishment opportunities within the London residential sector where value can be added for resale on a short-medium term basis


Large demographic shifts
Supply side constraints

Hugely concentrated wealth and prosperity