Moorfield Group is to sell a stake in its £400m later living business Audley Group and raise more capital to fuel its growth. The UK fund manager is expected to appoint Rothschild imminently to raise around £250m of fresh equity as well as explore the exit of some existing investors in the platform.
TH Real Estate makes first close of £500m debt fund TH Real Estate has completed the first close of its £500m Global Real Estate Debt Partners – Fund II (UK), raising close to its total target. The fund will target a return of 8.9%. It is understood that TH Real Estate expects to have all the capital for the fund by the end of the year. The first loan has an LTV of 75%. TH RE will sell the senior debt at a detachment point of 55%.
Michael O’Flynn’s Tiger Developments is vying to remain involved in the development of The Haymarket in Edinburgh, with the prime site currently up for sale. The Irish developer has a pre-emption clause, meaning it has the option to buy the site at the price of the top bid that comes in for the project, which is expected to have an end value approaching £300m. It has appointed CBRE to advise it to undertake discussions with prospective bidders with the view of partnering up.
@Dom7Wilson Yeah. Each bottle has a note on it of when it was drunk, who with & the occasion. All of my cds were (and still are) kept in chronological order of when they were bought, starting with this embarrassing collection! https://t.co/zC9rJCOoUo
I flew the nest 13.5 years ago but I have refused to clear my bedroom out since because I don’t like change & my dear parents have reluctantly not moved anything ever since. Finally doing the decent thing https://t.co/gXjtPPvKgE
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