Tadhamon Capital

Tadhamon success

Bahrain-based Tadhamon Capital announced the successful exit from its investment in Coxlease School in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, UK. The school is a specialist residential education facility for children with severe behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. It is let to Priory Group for a 30-year period with annual rent reviews linked to the retail price index. Acquired in November 2010, the school was Tadhamon’s seed investment in its Social Infrastructure Investment Platform in the UK. The platform currently holds assets valued at more than $523 million across segments. Over the five-year investment period, a minimum annual cash dividend of nine per cent was achieved.

Tadhamon Capital exits Central London student development at an IRR of over 25 per cent

Bahrain-based Tadhamon Capital BSC has announced its successful exit from Paris Gardens - its first investment in a Central London student accommodation property. The sale of the property saw investors of Tadhamon Capital achieve more than 70 per cent return on their invested capital within a 30 month period. Since completion in the summer of 2013, the property has generated a stable net income of 8 per cent to investors. The sale of the property generated an IRR in excess of 25 per cent. Simultaneously, Tadhamon Capital has entered into a JV agreement for the development of a new, high-quality student accommodation, located at the centre of Kingston-Upon-Thames (South London).

Bahrain's Tadhamon Capital acquires two UK assets worth US$50 million

The Bahrain-based investment firm Tadhamon Capital acquired two assets within its prevalent Social Infrastructure Platform in the United Kingdom in the second quarter of 2013. The two transactions are valued at approximately £32 million (US$50 million) which brings the total value of the assets held under the Platform to £123 million (US$190 million). The first transaction was established between Tadhamon Capital and Maria Mallaband Care Group Ltd (MMCG) to forward fund the development of the £6.7 million 53-bed care homes in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire (west of London). The second transaction builds on the Platform's existing strategic relation with McLaren Properties by arranging the acquisition of 251-bed Brunswick House student accommodation scheme in Cambridge at a value of £26 million.

Gulf Aviation in $13.3m deal with Tad

A $13.3 million operating lease agreement was signed by Gulf Aviation Academy (GAA) with Tadhamon Capital for a new A330 full flight simulator.
The signing ceremony succeeded at GAA's facility in Muharraq where GAA chief executive Mahmood Al Balooshi and head of finance Moath Al Shaikh got together with Tadhamon Capital chief executive Waleed Abdulla Rashdan and executive director Ahmed Hatam Sultan.

Tadhamon seals UK students facility deal

Tadhamon Capital seems to have reached an agreement with UK developer Watkin Jones for joint ownership of Athena Hall.
The Athena Hall was cultivated by Watkin Jones in 2010 and is part of a new university campus benefiting from a five-year rental guarantee across the whole property and a 30-year nomination agreement with University Campus Suffolk.
The co-arrangers for the GBP26.7 million ($41.3 million) transaction were Tadhamon and Apache Capital Partners. The transaction will distribute a quarterly net cash yield of 8 per cent per annum to investors.

Tadhamon Capital announces successful acquisition of Coxlease School in UK

The transaction of Coxlease School valued at Pounds 17.5m ($28m). Tadhamon Capital advised on the transaction and acted as an arranger of the financing.

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