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  • Established: 2009
  • FUM: $1.0 billion
  • Properties: 22
  • Lettable area: 245,400m²
  • Employees: 11


CorVal is a specialist property fund manager and investor that manages funds on behalf of a broad range of investors, including large Australian institutions, family offices, offshore groups and both high net worth and retail investors.

CorVal’s objective is to provide its investors with access to Australian real estate opportunities that deliver strong risk-adjusted returns, by investing in simple investment vehicles that offer complete transparency, an absolute focus on performance and a strong alignment of interests.

CorVal views its investors as valued investment partners with whom it seeks to build deep, long-term relationships based on trust, honest communication and transparency. CorVal works closely with its investors to understand their needs and create bespoke property investment solutions that deliver long-term, real performance with an aligned fee structure.

CorVal offers investors the focus, energy and commitment of a ‘boutique’ fund manager, whilst providing institutional grade reporting and deal sourcing capabilities through CorVal’s senior management team of Ian O’Toole, Rob Rayner and Kerr Bray, who collectively have over 70 years of experience in institutional property funds management.

Since the establishment of CorVal in 2009, it has acquired 33 properties with a value in excess of $1.6 billion. Over the past two years, CorVal has also sought to dispose of a number of properties, delivering investors with realised performance well in excess of their initial return targets. CorVal currently manages a portfolio of 22 investments valued in excess of $1.0 billion and employs a team of 11 real estate professionals who are dedicated to exceeding its investors’ objectives.

CorVal is a private company that is 50% owned by the senior management team and 50% by RF Capital, a vehicle associated with Andrew Roberts, the CEO of the previously ASX-listed Multiplex Group, prior to the takeover of that company by Brookfield Asset Management