Many Australians are familiar with real-estate investing through home ownership or buying a rental property. But what about investing in real estate debt? Investing in private credit funds can be an attractive option for many investors seeking income and diversification to their portfolio. These FAQs provide an overview for investors considering private credit funds.

Each investor should perform thorough due diligence and consult with financial advisers to align such investments with their financial goals and risk appetite. Here are some common FAQs that potential investors might have:


Are private credit funds regulated?

Yes, private credit funds are regulated. These regulations are designed to protect both investors and borrowers and ensure the integrity of the financial system.

Vado Private operates under an Australian Financial Services License (AFSL #526189) issued by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). Holding an AFSL signifies that the licensee has met the regulatory requirements set by ASIC and is permitted to conduct specified financial services activities within the legal framework of the Australian financial system.

What are the tax implications of investing in a private credit fund?

Tax treatment can vary, and it’s advisable to consult with a tax advisor to understand the implications based on your financial situation and the fund’s structure.