About Alceon

Alceon Group is a financier and multi-strategy alternative investment manager. Our focus is on investing capital for individuals and institutional clients spanning across various asset classes including real estate, private equity, credit and liquid market strategies.

Since our establishment in 2010, we have significantly grown our funds under management to almost $4 billion. Across all of Alceon’s investment activities, our objective is to protect capital and deliver superior risk adjusted returns. Alignment with investors is also fundamental to our investment philosophy, so this sees us significantly co-invest in every Alceon investment.

Alceon’s ability to deliver for investors is underpinned by our competitive advantage of offering institutional quality in a boutique setting. This allows Alceon to better assess, structure and execute to the highest quality with creative and risk mitigated solutions. We are also able to respond quickly to opportunities and changing market dynamics, utilising our strong balance sheet and underwriting capabilities in addition to the ready access to capital via our extensive network of investors.

Alceon’s investment and operations professionals are located in offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Proudly, we remain 100% owned by staff.

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About Alceon Real Estate

Alceon Real Estate originates, invests and manages real estate, across the capital stackon behalf of institutions, family offices, wealth groups and high net wealth individuals.

Alceon’s founders have been active in Australian real estate for over three decades which brings with it a unique perspective and ability to see signs of cycles ahead of the broader market. Alceon was one of the first groups to move into real estate credit in early 2016, and has since deployed over $3.5 billion across 250 plus transactions. The real estate non-bank financing sector now plays a significant role in the financing of Australian real estate, and private credit has become a mainstay of fixed income and real estate portfolios.

In 2021, the real estate businesses of Alceon and Freehold Investment Management were combined, bringing together a team with extensive industry experience to further expand  the business and enhance our investment capabilities and the solutions for our clients. 

Today, Alceon Real Estate has circa $2.5 billion in funds under management; having invested in, and managed, over 309 real estate transactions; provided close to $4.3 billion of real estate capital; and managed in excess of $20.4 billion of property project value.

About $1.5 billion of this comprises real estate debt, which is managed across open-ended funds, syndicates and institutional mandates. Alceon also manages circa $1 billion in A-REITs and direct assets located primarily across the east coast of Australia.


Trevor Loewensohn

Founding Partner & Managing Director

Trevor Loewensohn has over 30 years of investment banking experience – mostly for leading global investment banks including Vice Chairman at UBS, after moving from Head of Investment Banking and Joint CEO at JP Morgan.

Trevor has advised many leading global and Australian companies on mergers and acquisitions, disposals, capital raisings and corporate and financial strategy.

Prior to founding Alceon, Trevor was the Global Head of Capital Markets at Babcock & Brown, where he established a global capital raising and advisory capability. Following the impact of the Global Financial Crisis, Trevor led Babcock & Brown’s asset sale programme, successfully completing the sale of more than 20 major funds, companies and assets.

Trevor holds a Bachelor of Commerce from University of NSW, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a Fellow of the Securities Institute of Australia.

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Phil Green

Founding Partner

Phil Green has over 30 years of experience specialising in structured finance and advisory, leasing, asset based financing, principal investment and funds management. Phil has extensive expertise in property, financial assets, infrastructure and other forms of asset backed finance including aircraft, rail and mortgages.

Prior to joining Alceon, Phil was a partner of Babcock & Brown for 24 years and was appointed as Chief Executive Officer on its listing in 2004. Before joining Babcock & Brown he worked for Arthur Andersen specialising in taxation, cross border leasing and structured finance.

Phil holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Law degrees from the University of NSW, is a Chartered Accountant and was admitted as a solicitor in NSW in 1978.

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Morris Symonds

Founding Partner

Morris Symonds is a long standing professional investor with substantial experience in equities, commodities, mergers & acquisitions and corporate restructuring.

For over 7 years Morris was employed by Macquarie Bank holding positions of Director, Bullion & Commodities Division and subsequently Director, Macquarie Equities.

In 1989 Morris left Macquarie Bank to pursue private business interests. Morris is the Chairman and shareholder of a number of private equity entities spanning property, retail and wholesale distribution.

Morris holds a Bachelor of Commerce from University of NSW

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