iPartners in the Media


Fintech iPartners in private funding round

iPartners Capital Raise

A pair of former investment bankers are seeking backers for their fintech business which is designed to open up alternative asset classes to high net worth investors.Travis Miller, a former managing director at UBS in Sydney, and ex-Macquarie and CBA banker Rob Nankivell are in front of high net worth investors this week pitching their business, iPartners.

Investor led start up targets Capital Markets Niche

Intereview with Structured Credit Investor

Travis Miller, co-founder and joint md of iPartners, answers SCI’s questions

Q: How did iPartners become involved in the market?

A: We were observing a broad range of fintech firms launching with a technology and product focus which struck us as a “build it and they will come” approach; it was not obvious that any were investor focused.

iPartners first to securitise private school loans in oversubscribed offer

Edstart Securitisation

Investors can now make up to a 12 per cent annual return helping parents like Louise Carriage.

iPartners launches second $9m fund

New Online Investment Platform

New online investment platform, iPartners Pty Ltd, has launched its second offer to investors with a proposed $9 million, end value, property development planned in the Hunter region of NSW.

iPartners' investment opportunity is a 46-lot residential development on 3.68 hectares in the Lower Hunter Valley growth corridor in Gilleston Heights.

Rouse Hill Investment Opportunity Closer


iPartners' first investment opportunity,a 48-lot residential development on two hectares in Sydney's Rouse Hill, has closed within two weeks with a $3.3 million equity raising in a special purpose trust to acquire a 49 per cent equity stake in the development.

David Baxby backs ex-Bankers

iPartners Launch

The investment management industry may seem a little crowded already but that hasn't deterred former bankers Rob Nankivell and Travis Miller.  Street Talk understands they have started new investment firm iPartners with a target of raising up to $75 million from sophisticated and wholesale investors looking to plough money into a range of assets, including equities and property development.