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L1 Capital targets non-London middle-income property

Australia-based employee owned fund manager L1 capital has about $4 billion in assets under management and a foothold in the UK, where the firm is planning a listing on the London Stock Exchange to raise capital to scale up its residential investment strategy.

“The objective is to raise up to £150 million pounds on a premium listing,” said chief investment officer Kee Gan.

The company was founded in 2007 and in 2017 began investing in blocks of apartments in the tier-1 cities outside London, particularly targeting the middle-income markets where affordability is key.

“What we really liked about this strategy was we’re able to invest in day-one income generating assets which have historically provided a very stable and non-cyclical income which supports an attractive dividend yield,” Gan told Real Asset Insight’s Richard Betts.

“The residential property strategy for us is very much around scale,” he said. “We’ve seen a very large pipeline to support the growth in scale and the listed markets provide us the flexibility to do that.”

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