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TTB acquires minority stake in M7

TTB Partners, a Hong Kong based investment and advisory firm, has acquired a minority stake in M7 Real Estate. The investment is the latest step in a wider collaboration between the two companies, as they seek to capitalize on the continued appetite from Asian investors for European real estate. TTB will utilize its own network of contacts in the region to access new capital pools looking to invest in UK and pan-European real estate, either through joint ventures or through investment funds.


“This partnership marks an exciting development for TTB,” said TTB Co-founder Jonathan Bond. “We are very pleased to formalise our relationship with M7, having worked together for some time including active investment in their fund product. Despite challenging current market conditions, we continue to see a strong trend of Asia-based capital pools searching for robust European assets with a particular interest in asset classes such as regional offices and retail warehousing. These asset classes are expected to benefit from increased demand as working patterns and consumer habits continue to evolve as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. We now look forward to helping M7 strengthen its growing presence in Asia.”

“Since we formed M7 Real Estate, Asian investors have been a very important source of capital for our business and we are fortunate to have many long-established partnerships and clients in the region. Despite the current COVID-19 crisis we are firm believers in the underlying fundamentals of many parts of the UK and European real estate market over the long term. We also have strong ambitions to continue to grow M7 and recognise both the ongoing strength of demand for European real estate from Asian investors and the importance of finding new partners in the region who can help us achieve our goals. Having worked with TTB for some time now and been impressed by the depth and breadth of their relationships, we are therefore very pleased to welcome them as a shareholder in M7 while looking forward to working with their team in the future,” commented Richard Croft, Chairman of M7.