Centuria launches Secured Redeemable Notes offer, Shaw and Partners appointed as Joint Lead Manager News22 Mar 2021

Shaw and Partners is pleased to be appointed as Joint Lead Manager to the proposed issue of Secured Redeemable Notes (“notes”) to be issued by Centuria Funds Management as trustee of the Centuria Capital No. 2 Fund (“CC2F”).  

 

CC2F is seeking to issue notes at a face value of $100 to raise approximately $100 million. Notes are expected to be quoted on the ASX and trade under the ASX code C2FHA.

 

The proceeds of the offer will be used to redeem a series of wholesale notes that mature in April 2021 as well as support Centuria Capital Group's REIT co-investment programme, strategic acquisitions and to accelerate the growth of its unlisted property funds division.

 

The offer is open to Australian and New Zealand Resident clients only.

 

For more information or to obtain a copy of the Prospectus please contact your Shaw and Partners Adviser.

 

 

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