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Cowgill Holloway Offers Funding Assistance to Challenging Property Market

North West accountants and business advisers launch dedicated specialist team to help raise finances for property businesses.

Property businesses still struggling to combat the economic downturn can now get vital assistance with funding through a new initiative from North West accountancy and business advisory firm Cowgill Holloway.

The property industry has been hit harder than most by the challenging economic conditions throughout the world but Cowgills’ dedicated new Property Funding Team, will enable businesses to raise finances with greater ease and expediency.

Private investors and developers; trading businesses with or seeking to acquire property; and fund and collective investment scheme managers can all benefit from the new team headed by David Rainford, a former Bank of Ireland Property Finance Director. Rainford will work within the long standing Property and Construction team, headed up by Partner, Stuart Stead.

Rainford said: “The team speeds up the entire funding process by utilising the complimentary services available within the practice. Cowgills has great credibility within the funding and banking community which, when combined with many years of property expertise, enables us to provide a powerful offering

Stuart Stead said; “We have stayed loyal to the sector in a very tough climate and have further showed our commitment by bringing in a seasoned and well-respected operator in David.”

Cowgill Holloway can provide access to senior debt, mezzanine and equity funding for strong management teams with viable opportunities.

To find out more contact Stuart Stead, partner and head of property and construction, at stuart.stead@cowgills.co.uk or on +44 (0)1204 414 270 or David Rainford at david.rainford@cowgills.co.uk.


The information was correct at time of publishing but may now be out of date.

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Posted by David Rainford
22nd June, 2012
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