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Alpha Plus, the private schools group advised by Delancey, has launched a retail bond with a 5% coupon in the first issue backed by property for more than two and a half years. There has been no new retail bond backed by real estate since July 2013, when Bruntwood Investments, the Manchester-based private property company, raised £50 million.
Cain Hoy, the private investment company headed by former Heron director Jonathan Goldstein, is expanding its team after investing £1.3bn. The company, which invests in both debt and equity, usually with partners, has made two hires in London and is looking to make a further senior hire in New York.
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