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GIC backs Laxf ield’s £1bn push into UK property lending

Published on February 1st, 2013

GIC Real Estate is backing a £1bn ($1.58bn) UK commercial real estate lending programme. Laxfield Capital, the real estate lender and adviser founded by former GE Capital directors Adam Slater…

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