All the investment funds qualifying for the Portuguese Golden Visa in 2023 🇵🇹

Below you’ll find a list of funds qualifying for the Portuguese Golden Visa (which you can read more about on Nomad Gate).

Over the years this investment option has gained popularity, although from 2022 the minimum investment needed to qualify for a Golden Visa has been increased to €500,000 per family. Still, especially given the promise of higher returns and the ease of completing the investment remotely, the fund option remains a popular option for those who don’t mind the higher minimum investment amount.

Click to learn more about each individual fund below:

Pela Terra Farmland

Invests in undervalued farmland, analyzed collaboratively with future tenants to secure rental income from day-of-purchase. Converts land to certified organic.
Min. investment in fund: €100,000 · Fund term: 7+ years · Sign up by: January 8, 2024


SHARING Education Fund

Investment in IB schools in Tagus Park in Oeiras and Madeira.
Min. investment in fund: €100,000 · Fund term: 10 years · Sign up by: December 31, 2023


Mercurio Fund

Growth/buyout of mature companies in Portugal favoring equity-like returns with strong downside protection. 10% of capital in the fund is by investment team, aligning the interest of all stakeholders.
Min. investment in fund: €100,000 · Fund term: 7 years · Sign up by: December 31, 2024


Lince Innovation Fund II

R&D projects in technology and healthcare.
Min. investment in fund: €100,000 · Fund term: 8 years · Sign up by: December 31, 2023


New Frontiers Energy Fund

Invests in early stage high quality solar projects on the government’s Acordo list.
Min. investment in fund: €50,000 · Fund term: 8 years · Sign up by: February 2024


Iberis Greytech Co-Investment Fund

Growth and buyout opportunities in established mid-market companies
Min. investment in fund: €50,000 · Fund term: 8 years · Sign up by: June 1, 2025

Learn more about all 31 funds
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