Regulation and Governance

Krios Capital was founded in 2016 with the objective of identifying, investing in and managing real estate opportunities for authorized and educated investors.


Krios Capital’s philosophy is to have consistent processes, systems and controls across its entire business which are appropriate to manage risk effectively and satisfy the requirements of European regulators such as the CSSF.


The Group is a governed entity and is authorised as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Regulations in Luxembourg, according to Art. 3 (2) of the AIFM Law and by the 22 March 2004 Law (art. 4&5).


Krios IM Lux is a ScoopSA authorised and governed by the CSSF in Luxembourg to act as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager. In Luxembourg, Krios Capital is authorised by, and subject to the control of, the authority supervising the Luxembourg Financial Sector, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (“CSSF”).


RCS registration number: B235488


Partnership Board

The Krios Capital Partnership board meets quarterly to discuss key trends and conditions in our markets, our mandates, strategy and the business philosophy and sets the strategic priorities for the group which are then executed at the Management Board level.


Management Board

The Krios Capital Management Board, which includes the heads of each function, meets formally on a quarterly basis, under the Chairmanship of Jerome Bottari, to agree on the implementation of the Group strategy, manage risk and discuss all aspects of business operations. A detailed agenda and papers are circulated, minutes and action points are recorded and all important decisions affecting the day-to-day running of the business are taken.


Investment Committee

Krios Capital’s Investment Committee comprises Krios’ senior investment professionals under the Chairmanship of Jerome Bottari. The Committee makes decisions on acquisitions, disposals, major lettings and financings for our fund and asset management mandates and segregated account clients. The Committee meets monthly to receive investment proposals and detailed minutes are taken. Prior to the final sign off of an acquisition a further investment paper is circulated to the Investment Committee for approval, highlighting any items discovered during due diligence that the Committee should take into consideration.