Tristan Capital Partners

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Tristan Capital Partners
Industry Private Equity Real Estate
Founded 2009 (2009)
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Area served
Western and Central Europe
Products Private Equity Real Estate funds
Number of employees

Tristan Capital Partners is a private equity real estate asset management firm with approximately €9.1 billion in assets under management across eight funds. It was launched in 2009 following a client-led lift-out of Curzon Global Partners, the European affiliate of US property firm AEW.[1]


Tristan Capital Partners is an employee-controlled investment management boutique specialising in real estate investment strategies across the UK and Continental Europe.

Tristan’s pan-European real estate funds include core-plus and value-added/opportunistic strategies with total assets under management of over €9 billion. Tristan is the portfolio manager for core plus funds Curzon Capital Partners III, Curzon Capital Partners IV and Tristan’s pioneering 'long life' CCP 5 LL; and for the private equity funds European Property Investors, LP, European Property Investors Special Opportunities, LP, European Property Investors Special Opportunities 3, LP and European Property Investors Special Opportunities 4 LP.

Tristan’s headquarters are in London and it has offices in Luxembourg, Milan, Paris, Stockholm, Frankfurt, Madrid, and Warsaw.

.[2] The firm was founded by Mr Ric W. Lewis, Tristan's Chairman and Co-CEO.


2017 The Queen’s Award for Enterprise International Trade
2015 Global Pere Awards Europe Capital Raise of the Year
2015 Global Pere Awards German Firm of the Year
2015 Global Pere Awards European Industry Figure of the Year – Ric Lewis
2015 Real Estate Capital Awards Fund Manager Finance Team of The Year
2014 Global Pere Awards Firm of The Year
2014 CEEQA Investor of the Year

Company of The Year

CEE Investment and Green Building Awards 2014 Value Add/Core+ Investor
2013 Global Pere Awards European Industry Figure of The Year – Ric Lewis


  1. ^ Steve Johnson “Optimist sees euro resolution ahead and big property deals”, Financial Times, 9 July 2012. Retrieved 6 October 2014. [1][permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Private Company Profile, Tristan Capital Partners". Business Week. Retrieved 2014-10-10.