About Us - Heptagon Capital

Heptagon identifies truly exceptional boutique managers and aims to deliver access to the best investment opportunities, advice, structuring and client service.

About Us

Founded in 2005, Heptagon identifies truly exceptional boutique managers and aims to deliver access to the best investment opportunities, advice, structuring and client service available.

Clients
count on us.

Heptagon Capital is a private investment firm, run on partnership principles, founded in July 2005 by three senior former Morgan Stanley Executives; Tarek Mooro, Fredrik Plyhr and Eran Ben-Zour.

The core of our business is identifying truly exceptional boutique managers who focus on risk-adjusted returns rather than on a benchmark; who are below the radar in our regions and are not currently accessible to our investors.

We rely on our extensive and unique global network, our experience and our industry knowledge to source such talent. This translates into cutting-edge investment solutions.

Our vision is to deliver seamless access to the very best investment opportunities, advice, structuring, execution and client service available, across both traditional and alternative asset classes.

Through a balance of objectivity, innovation, high service and performance, we aim to bridge the gap between sophisticated investor demands and what is generally available in the market today.

We are driven by a rigorous team ethic; a culture of partnership and shared ideas. 37 experienced and highly motivated individuals from 16 different nationalities make Heptagon what it is today; a powerful mix of expertise and cultural diversity.

Our Team

Our people are our greatest asset: a powerful mix of expertise and cultural diversity.

Tarek Mooro
CEO and Managing Partner
Fredrik Plyhr
Managing Partner
Eran Ben-Zour
Managing Partner

Our HISTORY

Since 2005, Heptagon Capital's timeline represents our continued dedication to growth and innovation.

AUGUST 2020

Heptagon reaches $10bn in assets under management and advice

JULY 2020

Summit Sustainable Opportunities L/S Equity Fund launches

JULY 2020

Easterly US Value Equity Fund launches

NOVEMBER 2019

Heptagon reaches $15bn in total assets raised in Private Markets strategies on the External Manager Platform since launch in 2005

ESG

Heptagon Capital is an independent asset manager with a proven pedigree in long-term sustainable business management

We believe that sustainable investing can drive positive impacts for society and the environment, and hence we put an emphasis on transparency, with our active investment management culture built on ‘responsible investing’.

As such, we believe that environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are also an important part of robust fundamental analysis, and that integrating them in the investment processes is paramount. Our responsible investing guidelines are based on this belief and on our firm’s commitment to provide the highest quality of active asset management, which defines both us and our clients.

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