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Chris Hancock Armel van Erck
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• Zaggora LLP is a private real estate investment partnership focused
on acquiring direct commercial property assets and real estate
backed businesses in the UK and Europe on behalf of private
• The partners of Zaggora have a wealth of successful experience in
acquiring, financing and managing commercial real estate assets and
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• Together they have over a 100 years experience in advising high
profile companies, individuals and governments on their real estate
portfolios having worked at Knight Frank, Nationwide, Allied Irish
Bank, Cushman & Wakefield, Savills, The Ability Group, JP Morgan,
Rotch Property Group, RBS, Fortis Bank & SMPA.
• Individual real estate investment strategies are tailored to meet
specific investor objectives, be it for annual income, capital growth or
arbitrage. Zaggora tailors these strategies for investors and then
executes on their behalf. Zaggora LLP
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are family offices, individuals and institutions.
Logistics Retail Office
Zaggora is focusing on opportunities in these sectors to deliver annual cash yields
and total return for investors over 5 10 years.
and total return for investors over 5‐10 years
Healthcare Hotels Residential
Zaggora partnership model
Investment Company Delivery
Individual investment companies are created for each Each investor benefits from the expertise and experience
investment according to each opportunity and strategy as of the asset manager who each specialise on their core
defined and agreed between Zaggora and the investor(s). skill set.
The investment company will have a closed end and a
determined investment horizon as defined in advance of the
Investment Company Delivery
Zaggora originates real estate investment opportunities in the market that
match the criteria of the investment company. Zaggora monitors the asset due
diligence performed by the legal team and works to finance the purchase with
senior lenders. The investment company executes the purchase. Zaggora then
manages the asset to add value where ever possible over the designated time
horizon at the asset level At disposal Zaggora solicits on behalf of the fund the
best offer for the asset and oversees the disposition process.
Partners’ track record in sales, acquisitions and management prior to Zaggora
Acquisition of top two floors of the Acquisition of Shell Mex House on
Adelphi for Cookson Group plc Sale of the Home Office building at Liability unwind of five British Rail Letting of 100,000 square feet to Oracle
the embankment for £365mn, lease properties in Manchester, Liverpool,
Apollo & Lunar House, Croydon
p , y Corporation plc at Bracknell
re‐gear with Pearson Plc and sale
ith P Pl d l Crewe, Croydon and Derby
Acquisition of Hilton Liverpool, a Sale & leaseback of the WestLb Letting of 14,000 sqm to BSB and QVC
G Et t d l
Grosvenor Estates development, t Woolgate Exchange for £280mn and sale of Marco Polo House at Development of Priory Meadow shopping
for £55,5mn Battersea, London centre for Boots
Sale and leaseback for ITN of their
Acquisition of the
headquarters building on Gray’s
House hotel from
Goldman Sachs for
Development and sale of 120 £40mn and a full re‐
residential units on Baker Street branding to the
for £100mn for Ability Group Doubletree Hilton
Acquisition of Carillon building in
q g Acquisition of seven shopping centres in
Paris La Defense for € 97 million Germany with €100mn credit line from Hypo
Real Estate Bank.
Partners’ track record in financing, prior to Zaggora
January 2007 November 2007 November 2007 November 2006 November 2007 July 2007 August 2007
€ 90,000,000 £148,000,000 £20,250,000 €100,000,000 £25,500,000 £49,500,000 £10,000,000
Infrastructure acquisition Acquisition & Development Acquisition & Development of Acquisition Warehouse‐line for Acquisition finance for UK Acquisition finance package Acquisition of UK Hotel
Bavaria, Germany finance package UK Hilton Hotel German retail assets hotel for UK Hilton hotel
November 2008 October 2003 November 2007 December 2008 September 2003 July 2008 November 2007
£50,500,000 €18,500,000 €43,000,000 £28,500,000 € 97,000,000 £250,500,000 £40,000,000
Maturity of facility on central Acquisition & Development of Acquisition & Development of Development facility for UK Acquisition of office Basis swap over UK financial
London residential asset office property in Paris hotel in Sicily, Italy Hilton hotel Property in Paris, France assets Development of a UK Hilton
January 2009 November 2007 August 2007 November 2006 January 2009 July 2008 November 2008
$ 50,000,000 £25,000,000 £10,000,000 €12,000,000 £28,500,000 £110,000,000
Re‐finance of office property in Acquisition & Development of Acquisition & Development of Acquisition of shopping centre Development facility for UK Basis swap against financial
Moscow property UK UK Hilton Hotel office and hotel assets UK Mandate UK investment
January 2005 August 2007
August 2007 September 2007
September 2007 March 2009
March 2009 November 2007
November 2007 October 2007
October 2007 December 2006
€ 10,000,000 £55,500,000 $40,000,000 £100,000,000 £25,500,000 €19,500,000 £60,000,000
Facility against retail asset Acquisition of UK Hilton hotel Acquisition of Gulfstream G450 Sale of Abbey House, Baker Acquisition of UK Hilton hotel Acquisition of European retail Acquisition & Development
from Grosvenor Street, ondon
Street, London portfolio finance package
Malcolm has been buying and managing commercial property since he worked with Robert and Vincent Malcolm joined The Ability Group in 2006 as Head of Investments, Capital Markets and Treasury. The
Tchenguiz at the Rotch Property Group which was then the largest private property company in the UK. group, led by principal Andreas Panayiotou, had built a 1,000 strong development team over 15 years
The Group had over £4bn of assets spread across £1.5bn of public sector property leased to local was a principal investor into residential property. The group had developed over £1bn of assets
authorities, councils and central government and £3.5 bn leased to corporates such as Tesco, BT, Hilton across some 6,000 residential units in Central London as well as over 1 million square feet in‐build of
and Shell. Malcolm’s role was to promote the group, introducing opportunities and then modelling new property, all pre‐sold off‐plan. The Group now wanted to invest into commercial property asset
cash flows and developing acquisition structures. Specific deals included the Hilton Hotel in Paris and a classes such as hotels, offices, retail and industrial property across Europe.
10 Hilton portfolio in the UK which the group acquired with Farnsworth.
Malcolm was responsible for the day‐to‐day operations of the investment team in acquiring,
Malcolm worked with Paris based asset management firm Inovalis which acquired over €300mn of managing, financing and developing commercial investments. He worked closely with the origination
commercial property in France and Germany varying from €18,5mn residential buildings to a team sourcing investment opportunities, advising on acquisitions and being responsible for their
commercial office b ildi i L D f
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worth Gulf investors and the fund performed exceptionally well with investors achieving above 35% net In the UK, Malcolm successfully acquired £300mn of Hilton hotels as well as selling £250mn of
IRR over 4 years. residential property. Hotel asset purchases included the Hilton Liverpool from Grosvenor Estates, the
Cambridge Garden House from Goldman Sachs, Dunblane Hydro from Starwood Capital as well as two
In 2002, Malcolm created a Russian company called OAO Ukolm with Yuri Tereschenko. The company new developments in Syon Park, West London and at Luton Airport.
assisted in the development of a property in central Moscow from industrial to commercial use. The
property now has over 55,000 square metres and an annual cash flow of $25 million and was recently In Europe, Malcolm acquired seven shopping centres in Germany with a €100 mn financing line from
valued at $280mn The rent roll began at $4mn and the property was valued at $35m This
$280mn. $35m. Hypo Real Estate In Italy the Group acquired the € 62 5mn 200 acre Club Med estate in Kamarina
Estate. Italy, 62,5mn Kamarina,
development was on behalf of a local company GPZ‐2 which owned the property and Ukolm advised on Sicily. Malcolm created the Luxembourg based tax structure for Ability’s investments by working with
the commercial leases to tenants such as Alfa Insurance, KMB Bank, Firmeniche, Samsung, Leroy‐Merlin Atoz and BDO Chilterns. Malcolm also monitored the treasury functions of the Group such as
and Sylvanski Bank which were sourced through Ukolm appointed Cushman and Wakefield. Ukolm also evaluating investments into structured products as well as cash management, working with Ability’s
advised and discussed the financing of the project with a collection of Russian banks and Deutsche in‐house financial controllers.
Bank based in London.
Malcolm has worked with all of the partners of Zaggora over the last few years. Malcolm studied BSc
In 2005 Malcolm began working with Vincent Tchenquiz again at the Consensus Business Group with (Hons) Economic History at the London School of Economics where his thoughts on international
the responsibility of developing a direct infrastructure investment programme into fixed assets in economy were published in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and Herald Tribune. He also
Europe. Malcolm worked to find projects and structure the financing, managing a team of 10 and created the Russian Business Society which is now one of the largest student societies at the LSE with
working closely with the finance team at CBG. This involved designing acquisition structures, modelling 800 members.
cash flows, overseeing legal and working with equity partners and mezzanine providers to develop a
€500mn investment programme.
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Chris Hancock is a Senior Partner of Zaggora and an expert in the corporate finance and wealth He developed an expertise in the needs of family businesses and entrepreneurs and
management needs of wealthy individuals and institutional investors. Chris works on active established a team to help service private businesses with the resources of
investment propositions, deal structuring and due diligence. He oversees the tax, accounting and JPMorgan.
legal affairs of each of the investment structures within the Zaggora portfolio.
Chris’s work involved co‐ordinating credit, estate planning, asset allocation and
Chris spent 10 years with JPMorgan including two years at JPMorgan Cazenove where he was investment banking. During this time he led JP Morgan’s Family Business Honours
responsible for the delivery of investment banking services to families and private individuals programme in the UK from 2004‐2008 and was a member of the Advisory Council of
resident in the UK It was in 2008 that Chris and Malcolm met when Malcolm was Head of
UK. the Institute for Family Business
Investments at The Ability Group. Ability instructed JP Morgan Cazenove to assist in developing a
£500ml equity fund to accelerate and scale their investment strategies at the time. Since leaving JPMorgan at the end of 2008 Chris has established his own corporate
finance boutique, Cleaver Consulting, focussed on providing advice on M&A and
Chris is a qualified Chartered Accountant and spent 5 years with Arthur Andersen before entering financing to entrepreneurs. Chris began working with Malcolm Bell and Zaggora in
investment banking. At Arthur Andersen he spent 4 years as a hotels specialist in the Hospitality and April 2009 when they established the partnership together.
Leisure team. Amongst his work in the sector he ran annual audits of hotels and led the vendor due
diligence for the Copthorne Hotel group on its sale by Aer Lingus
Lingus. Chris read classics at Oxford University he is married with three children a keen
sailor and licensed as an Occasional Preacher in the Church of England.
On promotion to Manager he ran special projects including the first ever consolidation of INA, the
state oil company of Croatia. He also lead the initial due diligence on Canary Wharf on its acquisition
by a syndicate lead by Paul Reichmann from the UK receivers of Olympia and York. E: Chris.email@example.com
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He joined the UK M&A team of Baring Brothers in 1995 being promoted to Manager and then F: +44 (0) 203 170 7021 London SW1X 7EF
Assistant Director in consecutive years At Barings he worked on a series of public offers and
defences and developed a specialism in advising investment trusts developing innovative buy‐back
structures to reduce the discount to NAV.
Chris joined the TMT team of JPMorgan in 1999 being promoted to Vice President and Head of
European Media in 2000. Following the investment banking slump of 2002, Chris began working
with JPMorgan’s Asset Management division to provide investment banking services to the clients
and contacts of the Private Bank
Khurshid, also known as ‘K’, joined Zaggora as a Partner in 2010 and is Head of Asset Management, K oversaw the re‐branding of some of the hotel assets to Hilton, including Cambridge and Dunblane
overseeing the daily operations of all of the assets within the portfolio whether they be real estate as well as managing the transition. His responsibilities ranged from budgeting, identifying targets and
or asset‐backed businesses. revenue improvement plans for each investment and delivering them, managing the accounting
practices through financial controlling, creating and implementing HR policies to managing the senior
H previously worked as H d of A t M
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where he was responsible for managing and operating all properties and investments within the
portfolio of the Group. K managed a team of 1,000 people who worked for Ability owned Before each asset was acquired, K undertook extensive asset and commercial due diligence
companies in hotels, real estate management and development. K was also Chief of Staff on behalf developing comprehensive business plans and asset management programmes for each, setting out
of Chairman Andreas Panayiotou responsible for the Ability management team and the executive the key targets to be achieved during the investment holding period. He was also responsible for day‐
office. to‐day management of Ability development projects, overseeing the project management, cost
controls and co‐ordination of design and build, fit‐out as well as managing professional advisers such
A t management i l d d oversight of i
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t t into lti l t t il h i t in as architects, contractors and planning advisers.
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several major cities in continental Europe, UK and European hotels as well as commercial office
and 1,000 residential property units in Central London. Ability was established by principal Before joining Ability, K was a Director of Spenview Capital Ltd, a company established by Malcolm
Andreas Panayiotou who had developed a £1bn portfolio of residential assets since 1992. and himself to acquire and manage real estate and asset‐backed business investments on behalf of
private investors from the Gulf. Spenview acquired assets in France and Germany and advised on
Between 2006 and 2009, Ability acquired €500ml of commercial assets, as part of strategic plan financing £500ml of acquisitions in the UK. The company also oversaw the development of an office
devised to orientate the Group away from its concentration in residential assets. K was an integral property in central Moscow of some 80,000 sqm in partnership with OOO Ukolm.
part i th 6 month strategy d l
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as hotels, retail shopping centres and offices. The focus was to acquire under‐valued, yielding Originally from Uzbekistan, K attended the London School of Economics and Political Science and
assets where performance could be boosted through intensive asset management. obtained a Law LLB (Hons) Degree. He was elected as Head of Communications by his peers at the LSE
to run the students union, a year after his graduation with honours. Following that, he completed a
K joined Ability with Malcolm who he had met at the London School of Economics where they Masters degree in Politics, Security and Integration at University College London with a distinction.
studied together. They worked together at Ability to acquire the assets, undertaking due diligence
and asset managing after completion. K ensured that the investment income performed to its full During his studies and after graduation, K worked in Parliament in Westminster as Parliamentary
capability to deliver the highest returns possible against equity invested
invested. Assistant to a Member of the UK Government He is also a winner of various awards from his
Universities and previous workplaces. He plays the piano, chess and speaks Uzbek, Russian, French
To this extent, income from hotel investments increased by a compound rate annual rate of 20% and English fluently.
between 2007 and 2009, in what was the most challenging market environment in recent memory.
Specifically, K managed hotel investments including the €62,5ml Club Med Kamarina in Sicily, the E: firstname.lastname@example.org
£60ml Hilton Liverpool, the £40ml Cambridge Garden House, the £40ml Dunblane Doubletree by T: +44 (0)203 170 7023 No. 1 Grosvenor Crescent
Hilton, the Hilton Garden Inn development at Luton Airport as well as the development of the F: +44 (0) 203 170 7021 London SW1X 7EF
Waldorf Syon Park
Armel Van Erck,
A lV E k
Partner, Investor Relations
Armel is Belgian by nationality and was born in New York. He spent his early years residing in
A li B l i b ti lit d b i N Y k H t hi l idi i He has also established relationships between the bank and large Gulf‐based
Frankfurt, London and Paris. He was educated in the UK and is comfortable in a wide range of institutions, providing their treasuries with an appropriately targeted range of
international banking environments. alternative investments, managing assets in excess of USD35mio.
From 2005, he has been based in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, from where he has created an Armel obtained a BA(Hons) in Politics and International Relations from Richmond, the
extensive and rapidly expanding network of high net worth private clients and institutions, in the American International University in London and read Law (CPE) at the University of
Gulf Cooperation Council countries and Iran. Westminster. In 1996, he led a humanitarian mission in Gabon, where he was involved
in the charitable restoration of schools and educational facilities During his
With Zurich International Life, and Nexus, the largest insurance broker in the Middle‐East, he undergraduate studies he led an academic politics research program in Sichuan, China.
developed a portfolio of over 120 clients and serviced the complex insurance requirements of
wealthy individuals, families and corporate institutions over several years. Armel is an experienced sailor and has participated in several competitions, achieving
podium positions in the J22 Middle‐East Championship and the Gulf Bénéteau Cup. He
As an insurance broker, he advised individuals in investment portfolio management, wealth is also a First XV front‐row player at the Dubai Frogs Rugby Club, in the first division of
preservation and the consolidation of families’ capital. With institutions, he advised on medical the Emirates League.
insurance and group life policies acting for the Gulf offices of international and local companies in
pharmaceuticals, banking, shipping, construction and the petroleum industry. Besides English, Armel is fluent in French and Farsi.
In 2007, Armel joined the Dubai team of Geneva‐based Union Bancaire Privée, one of the largest
Swiss private banks in the world, with assets under management of CHF130bn, and the largest E: Armel.email@example.com
global investor in hedge funds ‐ with upwards of USD45bn of client assets managed in that T: +971 (0)505045338 PO Box 211 210
particular investment class. F: +971 (0)44217866 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
He advised clients across the Gulf and Iran in hedge funds, funds of funds, equity and fixed income
trading, as well as the establishment of trusts and estate management. In this capacity Armel has
created relationships with high‐net worth individuals with a particular focus on Iran, where the
wealth management demands of private banking clients are very specific and challenging.
Steven is a qualified Chartered Surveyor, Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors At Donaldsons, he personally negotiated record rental levels for owners in eight
(FRICS) and has a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Cambridge in Economics and Land separate transactions.
Responsibilities extended to include all marketing, letting, sales and development
Most recently he was Property Director of Consensus Business Group, owned by Vincent consultancy matters for new office buildings in London and the South‐East of England.
Tchenguiz. As Head of the Interactive Property Management team of first Rotch Property Group
and subsequently CBG, he was responsible for pro‐actively asset managing a portfolio worth over He has a wealth of experience in the entire spectrum of commercial property delivery,
£4billion. from initial acquisition to maximising asset management opportunities in order to
achieve optimum value and profitability.
Significant transactions included the acquisition of the largest single office investment in the UK,
the renegotiation of the lease of the principal tenant followed by the successful onward sale to E: Steven.firstname.lastname@example.org
realise a substantial profit. Other deals included, the sale of two properties occupied by the British T: +44(0) 203 170 7020 No. 1 Grosvenor Crescent
Home Office and the liability unwind of another major government portfolio. F: +44(0) 203 170 7021 London SW1X 7EF
Previously, he was Head of Real Estate Consulting at Johnson Controls, a major international
facilities management organisation, where he advised British Government bodies and major
corporate on all aspects of their commercial property strategy and holdings.
Steven began his professional property career at Debenham, Tewson and Chinnocks (now DTZ).
He was subsequently head‐hunted by Donaldsons, a major firm of Chartered Surveyors and
Property Consultants, to set up and run their new London office agency department, which
advised developers, investors and leading companies. He was promoted to Partner in 1987.
Andre Ghorchian Andrew Shakel MRICS Christopher Jones MRICS
Property Investment Asset Management, Retail Asset Management, Office
Andre is a highly dynamic, and active property investment Highly skilled property specialist with over 25 years in depth Chris is a well established property professional with extensive
market agent with 10 years in depth experience in capital experience , driving and delivering successful solutions in experience in most sectors of the property industry, having
markets, advising cross section of private and institutional retail development, leasing and investment markets, at specialist skills in commercial investment, valuation and landlord
investors on disposals and acquisitions. Transactions strategic and transactional levels; including mixed use and tenant matters.
completed to date exceed £500mn in UK and Europe. schemes and over 400 000 sq m of shopping centres.
Prior to founding Jones Shackel Oldham in May 2009 he had been
After graduating from the School of Surveying in 1996, His career has spanned extended periods with Hillier a consultant to Smith Melzack Pepper Angliss since the beginning
Andre became a valuer working on statutory valuations for a Parker(now CBRE) Jones Lang Wootton (now JLL) and more on 2000, acting for institutions, property companies and primary
Local Authority in London. In 2003, he joined SMPA as an recently, at director level, with niche practices of Keneth and secondary lenders, as well as being a partner of Lewis Doyle,
investment agent and quickly became an associate director Peters; Sanderson Weatherall and SMPA. He has now primarily a valuation practice concentrating on Central London
responsible for acquiring and managing commercial assets established a new advisory practice; Jones Shackel Oldham, commercial and residential property.
for institutions, private property companies and high net Chartered Surveyors. His clients comprise an extensive range
worth individuals. of developers investors property companies and occupiers
developers, investors, occupiers, His career began in 1976 as a graduate surveyor with the Property
g g y p y
which amongst, others include: Services Agency in Manchester, before qualifying as a chartered
Andre has specialised in the UK and the South East, with an surveyor in 1979 when working in the investment team at Jones
excellent knowledge of the retail and office markets in Norwich Union (Aviva) Friends Provident Lang Wootton. He then joined Hillier Parker May and Rowden in
particular. He has acquired and sold all asset classes for Grosvenor Developments Burton Property Trust 1980 in the principal roll of advising the Commission for the New
clients as well as across markets and with different lot sizes Boots Properties London Transport Property Towns and the City of Bristol in the disposal of their property
from £2 million to £120 million. Westfield British Waterways assets, before joining the niche practice of Thomas Deal and
Defra Enterprise Inns Partners in 1985 as their investment partner. Since 1987 he has
He has a broad network of contacts with agencies, principal Waitrose Musto been the property executive to a public company, run a
investors, valuers, auctioneers and surveyors across the UK. successful private property company and in 1995 was appointed
He also has experience in structuring investments for by Royal Sun Alliance as general manager of Barnard Marcus
investors and has built a property fund vehicle for retail Auctions to report on the viability of the then loss making
investors focusing on the UK office market with the aim of business and return it to profit, which was achieved within one
achieving long term growth. year. Before becoming a consultant to SMPA and a partner of
Lewis Doyle he acted for a select number of private clients with
property holdings, advising on sales, acquisitions and asset
management of mixed portfolios of commercial and residential
Justin Oldham, Property Investment Marcus Nurse, Financing
A highly skilled real estate capital markets specialist with extensive experience of commercial Marcus is the co‐founder of Square Mile Commercial Finance Ltd an independent finance
property investment and development projects on a nationwide basis and a specialised and detailed brokerage. Beginning his career in financial services some 15 years ago with Nationwide,
knowledge of the City of London office market. the graduate programme provided an excellent grounding in the numerous areas making
up the portfolio of services offered by the world’s largest building society.
Justin has previously worked at Cushman & Wakefield where he was headhunted to join its global
real estate advisory practice as a senior member of their City of London Capital Markets team. Experience and knowledge was gained in retail banking, corporate and commercial
finance and treasury. In 1997 Marcus joined John Charcol, a private financial services
His overall role was to provide first class strategic and transactional real estate advice to a diverse brokerage with an entrepreneurial spirit. The role involved advising clients on a wide
range of international clients on the City of London real estate capital markets. Previously he variety of regulated investment, pension and savings products as well as mortgages. It
worked at Knight Frank as an associate partner in the City office team working on disposals. Justin
g p y g p was during this time, that Marcus began to focus on commercial and specialist finance
has excellent contacts at firms including Catalyst Capital, Standard Life, Henderson, Kilmartin, advise.
Westbrook, UBS, Scottish Widows, Milton Group, Devonshire Properties, GE Real Estate, LaSalle
Investment Management, Lanebridge Fund Management. Savills head‐hunted Marcus in 1999, to set up a bespoke commercial and corporate
finance advisory service, within the private finance division. This work involved working
with clients from across the numerous departments of the Savills group; such as
Leisure/Hotels, Country Homes and Commercial Agency.
In 2002 Marcus co‐founded Square Mile Commercial Funding Ltd, advising and arranging
finance for the property market, typically arranging debt in the region of c£400m pa.
Types of funding arranged include investment, development, mezzanine, equity & joint
venture and loan syndication for the larger transactions. Marcus’ work is driven by each
individual relationship and sectors financed include commercial, residential, office, retail,
leisure, industrial and healthcare.
Acquisition Legal Corporate Legal
Tax Accounting Real Estate
Malcolm Bell Chris Hancock Khurshid Faizullaev Armel van Erck
g g Senior Partner
Senior Partner Partner Partner
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