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momentum |məˈmɛntəm|
noun ( pl. -ta |-tə| or -tums )
the impetus and driving force gained by the development of a process or course of events.
origin late 17th cent.: from Latin, from movimentum, from movere ‘to move’. synonyms impetus, energy, force, power, strength, thrust, speed, velocity.


capital  |ˈkapɪt(ə)l|
wealth in the form of money or other assets owned by a person or organization or available or contributed for a particular purpose such as starting a company or investing.
origin Middle English via Old French from Latin capitalis, from caput ‘head’.
synonyms money, finance(s), funds, wherewithal, means, assets, wealth, resources, investment capital; informal cash, dough, bread, loot, bucks.


Momentum Capital - simply speaking, we just take our name seriously. We invest our energy, thinking, expertise and funds to generate growth - pure and simple. We're not into financial mechanics, asset stripping and the like. Instead, we look for opportunities with unrealised potential where momentum in capital and thinking is needed to succeed.

From its origins in 2002 as a mid-market private equity firm, Momentum Capital evolved into a broad based investment company with a focus on private equity, venture capital, real estate and financial markets. Momentum Capital is not a fund and that helps us to be more agile in our thinking and actions. We anticipate trends, identify new opportunities where others see none, think outside the box, act opportunistically and try to stay nimble in our decision making.

Over the years we have generated great returns, our team has changed and the business model has evolved, but we have remained true to our core beliefs. We would love to speak with you about your ideas.