Nexus has a wealth of knowledge and experience in both the health and education sectors and has an exemplary track record as managers of PHP and The Pine Fund. Nexus is engaged in the provision of property management services to organisations operating in the public and private sectors.
Primary Health Properties PLC (“PHP”) is a UK Real Estate Investment Trust (“REIT”) and the leading investor in modern primary healthcare premises.
The Nexus PINE Fund invested in operational property let to educational providers. It was established by investor funds managed by Electra Partners and managed by Nexus. The Fund was sold in May 2017 to the Universities Superannuation Scheme (“USS”) for £95 million, achieving class-leading IRR on exit.
Investor Publishing (“IP”) is a specialist business publishing information company. They have a rapidly expanding portfolio of magazines, online products and events. Following the acquisition of Nursery Management Today, Caring Times and the Journal of Dementia Care, IP occupies a pre-eminent position across the investor and owner/operator communities of education and healthcare.
Nexus has a long track record of providing corporate finance advice to the healthcare and education spaces. Our core sectors are Data, Education, Health & Digital. We focus on post-Seed, pre-Series B opportunities.
Nexus Investments Scale-Up Fund EIS has successfully invested in a range of early stage opportunities in the core Nexus focus of healthcare and education, together with an expansion into the data and digital spaces.
Helps high-potential businesses realise their funding needs, often by connecting them with SEIS/EIS investors, and managing Nexus’ portfolio through to successful exit.
The Opera Awards Ltd was founded in 2012 by Harry Hyman (MD of Nexus) and John Allison (Editor of Opera Magazine). It is an annual international awards ceremony, nicknamed “The Toscars”, which celebrates and rewards excellence within opera, as well as providing funding for aspiring talent within opera by raising funds for The Opera Awards Foundation. Nominations for the Awards exceed 20,000 each year and over 100 aspiring opera artists have been supported by way of Opera Awards bursaries.
CODE was founded by Adam Hyman in 2012. CODE offers advisory services to the London restaurant industry – specialising in restaurant property. CODE also publishes The CODE Bulletin – the industry’s favourite e-newsletter – as well as The CODE app, which offers exclusive benefits to people working in hospitality.