HM Treasury - first set of investments made as part of the Business Finance Partnership

  • 05 Dec 2012
 

Slaughter and May is advising HM Treasury on the first set of investments made as part of the Business Finance Partnership. These investments comprise an aggregate commitment of £600 million to funds managed by Alcentra, Haymarket Financial, M&G Investment Management and Pricoa Capital.

The Business Finance Partnership aims to increase the supply of capital through non-bank lending channels and, in the longer term, to help diversify the sources of finance available to businesses. The Government is making £1.2 billion available to invest through these channels. These investments are focused on co-investment with the private sector through channels that can lend to small and mid-sized businesses in the UK.

 
 

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Corporate and Commercial: Charles Randell (partner), Robin Ogle (partner), Paul Dickson (partner), Alex Dunn (associate), Andrew Stevens (associate), Jeremy Chew (associate), Joe O'Sullivan (associate); Tax: Graham Iversen (partner), Philip Higham (associate); Financial Regulation: Jan Putnis (partner), Selmin Hakki (associate), Isabel Paintin (associate)

 
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