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Kingfisher Property

Welcome to Kingfisher Property

Established in 1988 and based in Mayfair, Kingfisher Property is a team of chartered surveyors with a deep knowledge and understanding of the UK real estate finance markets. We arrange senior debt, mezzanine and joint venture equity for a wide range of clients and for all property types. Our focus is on delivering financing solutions designed to optimize returns for clients.


We also have two companies authorised by the FCA to promote and operate UK unregulated collective investment schemes and are one of the UK's leading service providers to institutional and private equity property funds. As at March 2014, we operated more than 70 collective investment schemes with total funds under management in the region of £6 billion.


Our FCA regulated companies have also now been appointed to act both as alternative investment fund manager (AIFM) and authorised depositary for a number of real estate funds falling within the scope of the EC's Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).


In addition, we track and publish online market data, including UK interest rates and global interest swaps, and also produce our own analysis of return on equity for UK commercial property.

Last Updated 20 August 2014

1m Libor 0.50%.......3m Libor 0.56%.......3yr Swap 1.56%.......5yr Swap 2.00%.......10yr Swap 2.55%.......20yr Swap 2.95%.......30yr Swap 2.97%

Property Finance News

Persimmon posts 57% profit rise

Housebuilder Persimmon has announced a 57% rise in pre-tax profits in the six months to 30 June 2014, crediting the improving market for the increase.

Oaktree backs £700m PRS launch from Knightsbridge

Student housing specialist Knightsbridge has jumped on the private rented sector bandwagon.

Land Securities sells stake in Bristol Partnership

Land Securities has continued the exit from its non-core retail assets with the sale of its 50% stake in Bristol Partnership to AXA Real Estate for £267.8m.

C&R sells assets to fund UK shopping centre growth

The restructuring will include the sale of its German portfolio and SnoZone leisure business.

Crown Estate and NBIM buy a slice of Mayfair

The Crown Estate and Norway’s sovereign wealth fund Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) have sealed a £381m deal to buy The Church Commissioners for England’s 64.2% stake in the Pollen Estate in Mayfair.

O’Flynn wins Blackstone respite

Irish court ruling means O’Flynn and board reinstated to construction company until October hearing.

Frontrunner picked for £300m Savoy refinancing

Luxury upmarket London hotel the Savoy is understood to be close to agreeing a deal with Deutsche Bank to lead a £300m refinancing of the Strand property.

Goodman profits up 10%

Goodman Group has reported that its total assets under management climbed 14% to $26.8bn (£14.8bn)  in the year to the end of June, reflecting investor demand for quality and well performing industrial assets.

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