Thursday September 24, 2020

Firm issuing mini bonds to fund house building

First time such an offer has been used in Ireland to finance a property project

5th June, 2016
Declan de Lacy

Foxglove Finance, a new property finance company founded by accountant Declan de Lacy and chartered surveyor Peter Stapleton, is raising a €1.6 million ‘mini bond’ to complete 29 houses in Courtown, Co Wexford.

This will be the first time such an offer has been used in Ireland to finance a property project. Foxglove’s directors are already working on three other similar projects.

The initial so-called ‘mini bond’ will see Foxglove issue a...

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