• February 21, 2022

    Stamford Capital closes $46.8M over-subscribed raise for new fund

    Stamford Capital’s funds management arm has announced the over-subscribed capital raising for its newest fund. Stamford Capital Investments (SCIM) witnessed strong investor demand for its SCIM Core Partners Fund 2, which raised $46.8 million. The new fund primarily targets equity and subordinate investments that focus on mid-development sectors across the eastern seaboard valued up to […]

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  • February 26, 2019

    Stamford Capital expands into Victoria

    The nine-year-old firm has opened a Melbourne office with a new director, as it scours Victoria for new commercial debt deals and high-net-worth and family office investors. Stamford Capital currently transacts capital from about 400 sophisticated investors to finance commercial real estate projects for property developers or owners. Click here to read full article by […]

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  • February 1, 2018

    Investment Spotlight: What are we looking at in 2018?

    Looking at investment opportunities for 2018, it’s going to be a year of debt, debt and more debt. Last quarter we saw residential prices fall in Sydney for the first time in years, and with commercial assets selling at all time low yields, we are of the view that asset prices have peaked over the […]

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  • February 25, 2016

    Is Australia set for a credit crunch?

    According to leading economists and market commentators, liquidity has started to tighten in Australian markets in direct response to regulatory changes implemented by Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) across the banking sector forcing banks to hold more capital. Click here to view full article from Property Observer.

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  • October 21, 2015

    Australian banks out, foreign banks in, for residential development

    Australia’s major banks are tightening lending to certain residential apartment developers and areas they suspect are oversupplied but Asia-based banks are jumping in and increasing their exposure to the sector. Click here to view full article by Matthew Cranston from the AFR.

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