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Validus Group Partner's portfolio and affiliates operate across the US. Since 1995, Validus Group Partners and its affiliates have formed, acquired or managed companies with assets that have grown to more than $4.5 billion.


Current Holdings & Affiliates

Carter Validus (Sponsor & Advisor)
Carter Validus REITs (CV Mission Critical REIT I & II) acquire well-maintained and strategically-located mission critical commercial real estate properties. Mission Critical real estate assets are purpose-built facilities that have been designed to support the most essential operations in high growth sectors of the U.S. economy. Carter Validus employs a unique investment strategy focused on Data Center and Healthcare properties. We believe demand for these property types is supported by powerful underlying drivers:
- Explosive growth in Internet and storage technology
- Fundamental reform of our healthcare system
Strategic Capital
Strategic Capital Management Holdings, LLC, consists of SC Distributors, LLC ("SCD"), a provider of alternative investment solutions for financial advisors and their clients, together with Strategic Capital Advisory Services, LLC ("SCAS"), a provider of advisory and operational services to non-exchange traded alternative investment vehicles (collectively "Strategic Capital" or "SC").
Validus Senior Living
Validus Senior Living provides a complete continuum of leading-edge senior living services including independent living, assisted living and memory care assisted living lifestyle options. Our experienced team of senior living professionals is dedicated to creating safe, fulfilling and inspiring lifestyles for discerning seniors in communities designed to suit individual needs and tastes.
Validus Group Properties

Validus Group Properties was established in 2014 to oversee Validus Group's real estate portfolio of retail, office, and flex industrial space across Southeastern US. With a focus on intense asset management and building strong client relationships, Validus Group Properties prides itself on the ability to consistently execute and secure sustained success for both landlords and tenants.

Electrostim Medical Services, Inc. 
EMSI is a medical device company specializing in home electrical stimulation units and accessories for management of pain and physical rehabilitation. EMSI designs, manufactures & sells medical products & devices throughout the US. 
Gulfshore Bank
Founding and lead investor in Tampa based bank. Achieved 5 years of compounded annual double-digit growth in assets, loans, and earnings - resulting in a successful sale of the company to Seacoast Bank (NASDAQ: SBCF) in a transaction valued over $70 million upon closing in April 2017.