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Inveniam Capital Partners

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Inveniam Capital Partners, Inc. is a global financial advisory and software-as-a-service (SaaS) firm. The company offers tools to manage and monetize the data underpinning private market assets with a focus on private equity and commercial real estate.[1][2]

Patrick O’Meara is Inveniam’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.[3]

The company has 50+ employees and is headquartered in Miami[4] with offices in New York and Novi, MI.[2]

The Inveniam motto, “Aut viam inveniam aut faciam” is Latin for “I will either find a way or make one.”

The Platform (product)[edit]

Historically, industry practices in private markets were heavily manual and susceptible to error. For example, valuing a portion of an office complex would involve intense financial modeling using siloed databases and the institutional knowledge of the limited number of parties directly involved. There was no means of confirming data validity.[5][6]

Inveniam develops, a technology platform that utilizes big data, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technology to provide certainty of data and its provenance in a distributed data ecosystem. Inveniam uses the data flowing through its distributed ecosystem to offer valuation and waterfall calculation services for private-market assets.[1]

Through Inveniam's platform, users can obtain real-time pricing of private, infrequently traded assets, conduct due diligence, and identify buyers for those assets. The platform uses distributed ledger technology to take data associated with a private market asset and allow associated stakeholders — owners, investors, managers, third-party consultants — to access and use that data.[7][8]

As of January of 2022, there are $5.7 billion in assets on the platform.[9]


Patrick O’Meara worked for 15-plus years in and around Wall Street raising money and managing assets for institutions, including handling global finances for the Roman Catholic Church.[3] In the course of acquiring and managing private and public assets, O’Meara realized the most efficient dealmaking happened when there was access to trusted, verified data.[7]


O’Meara incorporated Inveniam Capital Partners in 2015, to help address issues surrounding middle-market fundraising, regulation and compliance, valuation calculations, and liquidity access for private markets.[2][10]


O’Meara focused on helping source venture capital in the Midwest, a region generally underserved by coastal venture firms.[11]


In 2019, Inveniam launched its data analytics functionality and beta version of the platform, entered into strategic agreements with Palladium Capital Group and Dev.Pro, and began onboarding commercial real estate (CRE) assets for valuation.[10]


In the first quarter of 2020, Inveniam had their first monthly pricing of a CRE asset by Cushman & Wakefield that was USPAP and FIRREA compliant.[10]

Also, they had their Natural Language Processing (NLP) tool integrated and operational and began onboarding private equity assets for valuation.[10]

During this time, Inveniam began the tokenization of a $260 million dollar property acquisition project. The largest purchase was a $65 million historic downtown Miami building that had been leased to WeWork. However, Inveniam was unable to secure the deal due to the changing of agreed-upon language by a senior lender.[12][13]


In 2021, Inveniam had their first monthly pricing of PE assets by Deloitte, released their 1.0 AI Assist MVP, and raised $25 million dollars of Series A funding, bringing the total valuation of the company to $190 million.[14][15]

In August, Inveniam acquired the Austin-based blockchain innovation company Factom, which granted them nearly 40 fundamental blockchain patents and made them the eighth largest US-based blockchain patent holder at that time.[16]

In November, the company completed its SOC 2 Type I Certification.[17]

In December, Inveniam formed its board of directors which included Miami Mayor Francis Suarez.[9][18]


In January of 2022, Inveniam announced a partnership with Tokeny Solutions, which included a €5m investment by Inveniam, Apex, and K20 Fund in the Luxembourg-based tokenization platform.[19][20]


Inveniam holds a 44 patents relating to blockchain technology with a large number, 37, being acquired during the purchase of Factom.[21][22][23][24]


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  13. De, Nikhilesh (2019-02-26). "$66 Million Building to Be Tokenized on Ethereum Blockchain in Record Deal". Retrieved 2022-05-10.
  14. "Cushman & Wakefield And Deloitte Are Trusted Data Validators For Inveniam's New Asset Value Pricing Solution". 2021-10-18. Retrieved 2022-05-10.
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