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Fin Capital pays £650k for Lloyds Bank outlet

78-80 Cherry Hinton RoadStrutt & Parker, acting for a private client, has sold the freehold investment of 78-80 Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge to Fin Capital Limited for £650,000 – representing a net initial yield of 5.4 per cent.

Bank could hit four-year funding target in two

Cambridge & Counties Bank is jointly owned by Cambridgeshire Local Government Pension Fund and Trinity HallCambridge & Counties Bank this week celebrated its first anniversary by revealing that it has issued around £40 million in secured lending, made up of around 100 individual loans to small and medium-sized businesses.

Cambridge May deals hit quarter of a million dollars

Abcam CEO Jonathan MilnerSignificant deals involving Cambridge UK technology cluster companies topped a quarter of a billion dollars in May – taking the cumulative total in the last two months to around the $750m mark.

Transatlantic VC fund opens in Cambridge

Andrey-KesselA new, transatlantic VC fund has set up in Cambridge UK to back cutting edge technology ventures.

New recruitment service backs SME growth

Chris ChapmanSMEs previously constrained by size and perception have been handed the chance to build high-powered finance teams thanks to expansion into a new service area by a specialist in the Cambridge UK technology cluster.

Cambridge deals top half a billion dollars in April

Horizon Discovery CEO, Dr Darrin DisleyThe Cambridge technology cluster in the UK continued to punch above its weight in global dealflow as transaction value in April topped $0.5 billion.

Ensors’ record month for Mergers & Acquisitions

David Scrivener (left) with Richard WhitehairEnsors Corporate Finance team have started the new fiscal year in fine style, completing a record five corporate transactions in the past month.

Cambridge role in funding coup for German manufacturer

David SchofieldCambridge based advisory specialist, Future Materials Group (FMG), has helped a German client secure unspecified but important growth investment.

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