Expertise, access and insight underpin an innovative investment approach

The Pollen Street Capital Group is a global, independent alternative asset investment management company focused on the financial and business services sector, with significant experience in specialty finance. It was established in 2013 and now has £2.6bn gross AUM across private equity and credit strategies. Our investors include leading pension funds, asset manager, banks and family offices from around the world.

With offices in London and New York, the group has over 60 employees who work together in an innovative and dynamic environment. The Group includes Pollen Street Capital Limited and PSC Credit Holdings LLP, authorised and regulated by the FCA and Pollen Street Capital (US) LLC, registered with the SEC1.

We combine the agility of a small, entrepreneurial organisation with a robust structure and the technological capability that gives us deep insight into the overall marketplace. We aim to deliver consistent and superior returns to our investors by working with and building market-leading businesses.

We invest in and partner with high quality businesses operating in specialist markets. We work with entrepreneurial and driven management teams to build businesses that deliver market-leading products and services to their customers to create long-term sustainable success.

Our PSC Network and collaborative approach builds a trusted eco-system that facilitates idea and data sharing, access to best practice and innovation insight in a fast-changing environment.

1 Pollen Street Capital limited is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales under no. 08741640 and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority with reference number 611337. PSC Credit Holdings LLP is registered in England and Wales under no. OC388668 and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority with reference number 650207. Pollen Street Capital US is registered with the US Securities & Exchange Commission. Registration with the SEC does not imply a certain level of skill or training.


Change creates opportunity

With regulation in the financial services industry becoming more complex and costly especially for large incumbent financial institutions, there are opportunities to develop a sustainable competitive advantage through a specialist, customer-centric offerings.

Technological innovation and changing customer behaviours encourage new entrants to combine excellent customer service with modern delivery methods.

We bring our industry expertise, plus an institutional approach to risk and compliance.