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About Us

DRAFT Capital™ is an investment and asset management firm focused on real assets and operations of health care, senior living, and post-acute facilities across North America. We are dedicated to delivering superior returns consistently to our investors and capital partners.


We excel through trusted partnerships; aligning with industry-leading operators, developers, suppliers, and data providers; and efficiencies that include repeat investment opportunities, data-driven decision making, and flexible investment structuring

Principal

Monson (cutout)Matt R. Monson, chief executive officer and managing director, founded DRAFT Capital in 2018 to invest in growth opportunities within the health care and senior living industries on behalf of its investors and strategic partners by executing on a commitment of excellence and collaboration. Matt’s expertise in real estate and operational investments, financial management, capital structuring, executive consulting, and mergers and acquisitions extends over two decades, a wide array of transactions, and over $7 billion in acquisitions, dispositions, and development.

Prior to founding the company, Matt was instrumental in the launch of the health-care and senior-living real estate company Invesque Inc. (TSX: IVQ.U), its successful IPO in June 2016, and growth to $1.2 billion in AUM through the acquisition of more than one hundred medical office, senior living, and skilled nursing properties across North America. During his tenure, he directed the company’s investment team where he oversaw origination, underwriting, structuring, and closing of acquisitions and third-party developments.

Prior to Invesque, Matt was director of the Medical Facilities Group and director of Corporate Investments at Welltower Inc. (NYSE: WELL), where his team oversaw the financial and operating performance of key operating partners and transacted on hundreds of medical and senior living communities throughout the US, Canada, and the UK.

Matt graduated from Cornell University with both an MBA from the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management and an MPS in real estate from the Baker Program. He is active in the Cornell Real Estate Council and the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures as well as an advisory board at Brigham Young University, where he graduated with a BS in construction management.