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May 6, 2020

Richard Branson has offered his home, Necker Island, as security to the UK Government, in the hope of obtaining a £500 million loan to support Virgin Atlantic through the coronavirus crisis. Many business owners, and other individuals, around the UK will need to source funding at this time, but may be unable or unwilling to mortgage their home. They may therefore be looking at what other forms of collateral they might offer to lenders.

Richard Branson has offered his home, Necker Island, as security to the UK Government, in the hope of obtaining a £500 million loan to support Virgin Atlantic through the coronavirus crisis. Many business owners, and other individuals, around the UK will need to source funding at this time, but may be unable or unwilling to mortgage their home. They may therefore be looking at what other forms of collateral they might offer to lenders.

January 31, 2020

Principal makes way for next gen succession at H&M, Louis Dreyfus Company heiress open to selling stake and Hong Kong headwinds hit LVMH.

Principal makes way for next gen succession at H&M

The billionaire Persson family principal of Sweden’s Hennes & Mauritz has called for his son to succeed him as chairman as the $1.7 billion fast fashion family business welcomes its first female chief executive in its 73-year history.

August 10, 2017

Marketplace lending is a new form of credit intermediation that has generated a lot of media buzz, so how can it fit into a family office portfolio?

Marketplace lending is a new form of credit intermediation that has generated a lot of media buzz, so how can it fit into a family office portfolio? Ravi Anand, managing director of ESF Capital, explains marketplace lending whereby individual loans are broken into loan parts and matched to lenders through an online platform.

The beauty of the matching nature of marketplace lending is that it is a perfect solution for matching supply and demand of capital and risks. 

April 21, 2010

One of the consequences of the financial crisis is that lenders are now scrutinising their security (ie assets earmarked for a lender by a borrower as part of a loan deal when lending and borrowing money) more carefully, writes Max Cole

One of the consequences of the financial crisis is that lenders are now scrutinising their security (ie, assets earmarked for a lender by a borrower as part of a loan deal to the business of lending and borrowing money) more carefully, writes Max Cole.

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