Topland looks to grow loan book and hotel portfolio

18 February 2017 – by David Hatcher

Sol Zakay’s Topland Group is aiming to write a further £400m of loans this year as it looks to build its place as a major property lender.

Trafford City Holiday Inn

The company holds a loan book totalling £750m after issuing £350m of loans during 2016. Repayments during the year totalled £120m.

With traditional lenders avoiding more high-risk financing, Topland is looking to provide bridging loans, joint venture development funding, seed capital for real estate-backed businesses and finance for strategic land plays.

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