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South of England business park deal sees AEP pick up Trident

Published on July 11th, 2014

Singapore-based Shariah investment manager AEP Investment Management has bought a business park close to London for £130m ($22.9m). AEP bought Trident Place, comprising six office buildings totalling 472,000 sq ft,…

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South of England business park deal sees AEP pick up Trident

Singapore-based Shariah investment manager AEP Investment Management has bought a business park close to London for £130m ($22.9m). AEP bought Trident Place, comprising six office buildings totalling 472,000 sq ft,...

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