Our Early History
The Private Investors Club was established in 1976 by four business partners from Canada and Australia. Since its inception, PIC-GWF has fostered a culture of partnership founded on consensus and mutual respect. This collaborative approach, along with a broad business model, has developed long-lasting business and financial relationships between the managing partners. The association comprises of 25 managing partners who represent the organization (according to FORBES magazine, some managing partners are among the 100 wealthiest people in the world) externally through their respective private companies. Each partner is responsible for the project it brings to the group and must participate financially if the project is approved. This highly experienced and stable team of seniors aims to fund projects from their resources. Additionally, PIC-GWF has a group of 450 members who work for the private investors’ association and assist with administrative tasks. The private equity activities of PIC-GWF contribute significantly in various areas.
A private investors club built to secure generational wealth.
The aim is to achieve the return PIC-GWF needs at a level of risk we and our partners are comfortable with.
On selected projects we offer to partially capitalize the financial assets that have been invested.
Transactional Support Team
Our qualified teams need dedicated support experts to maintain their rigorous transactional processes and enable the expansion of our assets under management.
- The Operations team oversees the settlement of all transactions
- The Investment Accounting and Performance, and Market Data teams work together to reconcile and produce information related to our investment results
- Our IT Investment Systems team is dedicated to the maintenance and improvement of our specialized information technology systems
Project in The Database
An applicant who chooses to present a project passively through the PIC-GWF database has a chance to be selected within a twelve month period by one of the 300 investors who work closely with PIC-GWF. To enter the Database please fill out the initial application under Join Us. If your application is approved you will receive an email with more information.
Active vs. Passive Database
Active – An applicant who chooses to present a project in an active way through the PIC-GWF database gets direct support from PIC-GWF to negotiate with 300 investors who work closely with PIC-GWF.
Passive – An applicant who chooses to present a project passively through the PIC-GWF database has a chance to be selected within a twelve month time frame by one of the 300 investors who work closely with PIC-GWF.
Can the applicant switch to an active cooperation with PIC-GWF within the 12 month period?
How many projects can the applicant put into the database?
After paying the 990 EUR fee the applicant can place one project into the database. Any additional project will require an added 300 EUR fee.
How much does it cost to put a new project into the database?
The initial fee of placing a project into our database is 990 EUR. Any additional project placed into the database is subject to a 300 EUR fee.
How long is a new project registered in the database?
A project is registered for the period of twelve months after the full payment of 990 EUR is received.
What company can put a new project in for 300 EUR?
The 300 EUR charge is for applicants that have already paid the initial 990 EUR fee and want to place another project into the database.
Does the applicant pay a commission when getting an investor through the PIC-GWF database?
How does the applicant find out if someone is interested in the project?
You will be notified by PIC-GWF through email.
What does the applicant have to fill in if he/she wants to place a project into the database?
In the section – Way of Cooperation – of the application found in Join Us, the applicant will select “Database”.
Does PIC-GWF investigate the applicant’s project?
Does PIC-GWF check the potential creditworthiness of the investor for the applicant?
ACTIVE REGISTRATION IN DATABASE
Can only PIC-GWF actively recommend a project to an investor?
Under what circumstances can PIC-GWF recommend a project to an investor?
After the application form is completed and the payment of 2990 € is received.
How will the project be presented in the PIC-GWF Database?
The project will be categorized before projects that have been placed into the passive database. PIC-GWF will contact the investors and refer the project, if, the investor is interested in the project PIC-GWF will actively work with the applicant and the investor.
Will PIC-GWF partake in the financing of the applicant’s project?
Will PIC-GWF require commission after realizing the applicant’s project?
How many projects will be actively presented in the PIC-GWF database?
The maximum of 20 projects in each category.
If the applicant selects more than one category, which one will he/she be placed in?
PIC-GWF will recommend a category.
Can the applicant place his/her project into more than one category?
Yes, the fee for placing a project into another category is 490 €.
How long will the project be actively presented in the database?
Project in I.S.P. form
An applicant who chooses to present a project actively through the I.S.P. form, a contract between the applicant and PIC-GWF, will have his/her project directly presented to investors by one of PIC-GWF managing partners.
What is the cost of using the I.S.P. form?
When will the applicant sign the I.S.P. form ?
After filling out all the necessary information in the I.S.P. form, the applicant will send the completed I.S.P. form back to PIC-GWF, where the form will be completed and finalized by the submitter and one managing partner or an associate. Further, the applicant will receive a completed form that will require the applicant’s signature. Finally, the applicant will send a completed and signed I.S.P. form back to PIC-GWF to be signed by the submitter and one managing partner or an associate.
Why must the applicant pay an activation fee?
Paying the activation fee indicates the applicant’s serious interest in cooperation and ensures that the submitted documents align with the requirements. After the completion of a project or in case a project is not approved, the activation fee will be refunded to the applicant.
How much is the activation fee for the applicant?
The minimum activation fee is 1 %, and the maximum is 5 % of the requested investment.
Who must sign the I.S.P. form with the applicant?
The I.S.P. form must be signed by the submitter and one managing partner or an associate.
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