Cambridge Wilkinson Investment Banking closes $100 million credit facility for proven property asset manager

NEW YORK, May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cambridge Wilkinson (“CW”) is pleased to announce the closing of a $100 million credit facility for a long-time real estate asset manager who currently owns over 90,000 acres of land and manages more than $3 billion real estate assets. This facility will be used to purchase land that has been identified by one of the nation’s largest homebuilders for their short-term single-family home development pipeline. These assets are expected to generate cash flow within 6 to 24 months.

“We are excited to be able to find flexible credit facilities for our clients, allowing them to scale their platforms. Our real estate clients with strong pipelines of acquisition targets benefit from these tailored facilities, as they don’t have to need to constantly tap into the capital markets to execute their strategy on a case-by-case basis,” said Rob Bolandian, Partner and Global Head of Investment Banking at Cambridge Wilkinson.

About Us:
Cambridge Wilkinson is a leading global investment bank with the speed, connections and confidence to transact. With a focus on middle market companies, we arrange fundraising and debt raising from $25 million for $5 billion and advising on mergers and acquisitions. In addition, we also provide flexible and scalable leverage facilities and credit facilities for private equity funds and alternative credit funds that range from $25 million for $2 billion. We bring deep experience of working with specialist financial institutions, real estate entities, funds as well as companies spanning a variety of other sectors. We offer unique access to a vast network of capital sources, including large family offices, credit funds, banks, non-bank credit groups, insurance companies, private capital, sovereigns and funds endowment.

All securities transfers are made through Avalon Securities, Ltd., a member of FINRA and an SEC-registered broker-dealer.

Rob Bolandian, Partner and Global Head of Investment Banking
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Howard CherninPartner & COO
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SOURCECambridge Wilkinson