Battle Monument Partners (Again) Ranks Among Fastest-Growing Companies in Richmond

Richmond, Virginia, October 7, 2019 – For the second year in a row, Battle Monument Partners earned a spot on the prestigious Richmond BizSense “RVA 25” list of fastest growing companies in Richmond Virginia.
According to the article released by Richmond BizSense,

The lone repeat company in the top 10 was Battle Monument Partners, a commercial real estate investment firm that took the top spot on last year’s list with 1,079 percent growth. This year, Battle Monument posted 134 percent growth.

Richmond BizSense announced rankings at the annual RVA 25 event Wednesday, October 2, at the 1717 Innovation Center in Shockoe Bottom.

According to Mike Brumagin, Co-Founder of Battle Monument Partners, “We  plan to continue our disciplined growth, and expand our portfolio further during 2019 and 2020.”

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Battle Monument Partners is a private equity fund with the mission to increase economic strength for veterans and industry leading professionals.

Creating a Commercial Real Estate Fund with John Oliver, USMA ’89

May 18, 2019 – John Oliver, Investment and Operations Manager at Battle Monument Partners, was recently featured on the Service Academy Business Mastermind (SABM) Group’s podcast. Listen to the episode!

Investing in Commercial Real Estate with Mike Brumagin, USMA ‘89

January 22, 2018 – Mike Brumagin, General Partner at Battle Monument Partners, sat down with the Service Academy Business (SABM) Group to talk about investing in commercial real state. See the full article here.

RVA 25: Meet the Class of 2018

October 1, 2018 – Richmond BizSense listed Battle Monument Partners as No. 1 on their RVA 25 list of Richmond fastest-growing companies. Read the full article here.

Battle Monument Partners completes $5.0 million fund

STRAC Fund I fully subscribed

Richmond, Virginia, May 31, 2017– Battle Monument Partners (BMP), a Richmond private equity fund focused on the veteran community, has completed financing its $5.0 Million inaugural fund, STRAC Fund I.  The Fund was fully subscribed more than a year ahead of schedule.  BMP is continuing to invest in stabilized, single-tenant, commercial properties.  In addition, BMP contributes a substantial portion of its carried interest to non-profit organizations that support Veterans and their families.

“We’re humbled by the response BMP has had from our investors and the veteran community.” said John Oliver, Manager of the Fund.  Oliver went on to say, “It seems clear that our mission, increasing economic strength for veterans, has a place in the capital markets.”

BMP is in the process of developing its second fund, STRAC Fund II, and recently established a relationship with The Folded Flag Foundation.

“We are proud of the support from Battle Monument Partners during our Salute to Sacrifice event in Washington, DC.”  said John Coogan, Executive Director of The Folded Flag Foundation.  “We look forward to a sustained relationship with BMP that benefits our Gold Star Families.”

Battle Monument Partners, based in Richmond, Virginia, is a private equity fund with the mission to increase economic strength for veterans and industry leading professionals.

To learn more about The Folded Flag Foundation, including how to apply for scholarship aid, visit

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West Point grads launch $5M real estate fund

July 7, 2016 – John Oliver used to say “put eyes on the objective” in a wartime context. Now, he uses the motto as a business principle.

“It’s probably the most important thing you can do in a military operation,” said Oliver, a 1989 graduate of the United States Military Academy and veteran of Operation Desert Storm. “And it’s the same thing when we buy a property. We take it pretty seriously.”

The “we” Oliver refers to are West Point classmates Tim Abbott and Mike Brumagin, who along with Oliver are managing partners of Richmond private equity firm Battle Monument Partners. They founded the firm in 2014 to invest in single-tenant commercial properties in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic.

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