The firm currently operates two funds, Cerestra Edu Infra Fund and Cerestra Special Situations Fund, with combined equity totaling $150 mn.
“There are a lot of opportunities available in the educational infrastructure space due to liquidity issues faced by companies and that opens up an avenue for us to fill our portfolio,” said Jasmeet Chhabra, managing partner, Cerestra Advisors.
The firm has additional $100 mn worth of acquisitions in the pipeline that are expected to be closed by March 2021.
The firm has acquired three K-12 school and student housing assets from the Jain Group of Institutions (JGI Group).
“Despite the global economic threat of Covid-19, AnaCap remained active during the summer months, with this deal showing our commitment to exploring new and emerging markets for our investor base. We look forward to continuing to build upon AnaCap’s successful credit and real estate investment track record by implementing our strategy in India,” said Rakesh Balasundaram, Investment Director at AnaCap.
AnaCap has raised €5.1 billion in gross assets under management (AUM) and completed over 85 primary investments across 15 European jurisdictions and India since 2015.