About us

Who are we

Barex Capital is an investment fund (SIF) in Luxembourg. SIF is one of the types of investment fund that is regulated and which is not intended for the general public. Unlike the UCITS funds that fall within the scope of the EU directive and which invest in securities, such as stocks and bonds. The Fund (SIF) offers an operationally flexible and financially efficient multi-purpose investment fund regime for an international, institutional and qualified investor base.

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What do We do?

Barex Capital SCA SICAF SIF Luxembourg carries out a diversified placement of investment capital in the segment of commercial and residential real estate in Germany and the European Union, as well as financial products with minimum and medium acceptable risks.

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What is our strategy?

Barex Capital is a company that focuses financial investment activity on obtaining high profit indicators.

The company takes an active part in investment programs providing profit. The basis for decision-making is always a deep analysis of financial products, reflecting the real situation of the markets. Read more

What is our policy?

Barex Capital is attentive to its employees, therefore the team possesses professional qualities with the appropriate abilities and worldview compatible with corporate values. The company sees in a team of like-minded people, because it values ​​not only knowledge and skills, but also the personal qualities of each specific specialist, thus building long-term mutually beneficial relations with investors. Read more

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