US equity giant to float Irish property fund this autumn

Oaktree Capital is working with Irish developer Bridgedale, which is led by Stephen Garvey

2nd July, 2017
Stephen Garvey of Bridgedale

Oaktree Capital is aiming to float a large Irish property fund this autumn, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The American private equity giant is working with Irish developer Bridgedale, which is led by Stephen Garvey, with Credit Suisse and Davy understood to have been retained as advisers.

The initial fundraising target has been put at around €200 million by market sources, and the aim is to launch a listed Irish homebuilder on the Irish...

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