ICG-Longbow Senior Secured UK Property Debt Investments

ICG-Longbow Senior Secured UK Property Debt Investments
Longbow Capital LLP
Closed Ended Investment Company
Property - Debt
1.97 %
3 Year Sharpe
6.2 %
Fund Size
£ 118.27 million
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The objective of the Company is to construct a portfolio of UK real estate debt related investments predominantly comprising loans secured by first ranking fixed charges against Commercial Property investments, with the aim of providing shareholders with attractive, quarterly dividends, capital preservation and, over the longer term, a degree of capital appreciation.
Longbow Capital LLP
London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Trevor Homes
Joined 06/17/2013
Martin Wheeler
Joined 02/05/2013

Martin started his career in 1990 with Legal & General Investment Management where he worked in a number of different roles gaining experience across the main commercial property sectors throughout the UK, before joining the Property Finance department of HSBC. In 1998, with Kevin Cooper, Martin was a founder member of the Structured Property Finance business for Halifax. In 2002, Martin joined GMAC, with Kevin Cooper, and was appointed Executive Director to lead the market entry and growth of its UK Real Estate Finance business. Martin is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and holds an Honours Degree in Property Valuation and Finance from City University.

Kevin Cooper
Joined 02/05/2013

Kevin has built his career in UK focused debt institutions commencing with Barclays Bank in 1987. In 1998, with Martin Wheeler, Kevin was a founder member of the Structured Property Finance business for Halifax. The Halifax business grew organically to a strongly performing on balance sheet book of £2 billion by 2002. In 2002, Kevin, with Martin Wheeler, joined GMAC, where he was appointed Managing Director, to lead the market entry and expansion of its UK real estate finance business. Kevin is a qualified Banker and holds a Masters in Business Administration from Cranfield School of Management.

Phillip Archer
Joined 02/05/2013

Phillip has spent most of his career with HSBC, where he was involved in credit related roles and led the Corporate Recovery Department between 1989 and 1997. His caseload included the high profile restructuring of the Broadgate development in the City of London. Phillip has also performed Credit Manager and/or restructuring roles for Halifax, Credit Lyonnais and Natixis. Phillip is a qualified banker and holds an Honours Degree in History from Bristol University.

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