Honeycomb Investment Trust Plc

Honeycomb Investment Trust Plc
Pollen Street Capital Ltd
Closed Ended Investment Company
Debt - Direct Lending
1.8 %
3 Year Sharpe
8 %
Fund Size
£ 275.65 million
Discount Premium
The investment objective is to provide shareholders with an attractive level of dividend income and capital growth through investing in primarily asset secured loans and selected equity investments that are aligned with the investment strategy and that present opportunities to enhance the returns from investments.
Pollen Street Capital Ltd
W1S 1YF, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Lindsey McMurray
Joined 12/23/2015

Lindsey has been a private equity investor for more than 19 years with a particular focus on the financial services sector. Since 2005 she has led the team managing the RBS Special Opportunities Fund. Prior to RBS, Lindsey spent six years at Cabot Square Capital, Ltd., a London-based private equity firm where she was a Partner, focusing on operating investments in real estate and other asset backed investments, together with investments in the financial services sector. Lindsey has a First Class Honours degree in Accounting and Finance and studied for an MPhil in Finance from Strathclyde University. Lindsey has served as a non-executive director on the boards of a number of Pollen Street Capital portfolio companies including Arrow Global, Shawbrook, Banca Sistema, Freedom Finance, and Moneycorp and was also a non-executive director of Intermediate Capital Group.

James Scott
Joined 12/23/2015

James has been with the Pollen Street Capital team since 2004. Prior to this, James qualified as a Chartered Accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers, worked for Ernst & Young in an IT consulting role and served as commercial director for a software engineering firm. James has a degree in History and Politics from Exeter University and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. Key recent transactions include acquiring a pool of first and second charge mortgage assets from Citi, Krunch, Spring, Shawbrook and Target. James is currently a non-executive director of Target.

Matthew Potter
Joined 12/23/2015

Matthew joined the Pollen Street Capital team in 2009. Prior to this, Matthew qualified as a Chartered Accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and spent four years in their Corporate Finance department, focusing on middle market transactions. Matthew has a First Class Honours degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Bristol. Key recent transactions include establishing Shawbrook, acquiring Singers Asset Finance, acquiring a pool of first and second charge mortgages from Citi, and acquiring Centric Commercial Finance.

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