The “Best Capital Raise of the Year” Award recognises Maya Capital’s success in raising £100m of equity commitment from a major European institutional investor. This fundraise has helped the firm invest in commercial real estate in the UK’s regional cities, reflecting the growing investor appetite for a regional real estate investment strategy outside the M25.
The PIE awards celebrates and honours outstanding achievement in the European professional real estate industry over the last 12 months. Maya Capital was shortlisted in 12 categories, including Fund Manager of the Year, Manager – Newcomer and Investment – Best Office Deal, highlighting the success and growth of the firm in the last year.
“We are delighted to have been recognised by our peers for our significant capital raise, which provided us with the financial firepower to expand our successful investment strategy. This award is testament to the exceptional work done by our team and I would like to congratulate each one of them. We are all eager to build on this success in the coming years by further building our brand and generating high value for our investors through dedicated strategies in the UK and Continental Europe.”
More information on the PIE Europe Property Awards can be found at http://bit.ly/1U90ks5
Justin Griffiths / Mazar Masud
Powerscourt (PR adviser to Maya Capital)
+44 20 7250 1446 / email@example.com
About Maya Capital:
Maya Capital is a pan-European Real Estate and Private Equity investment firm that elaborates dedicated investment strategies for its investors. Maya Capital has an entrepreneurial and hands-on approach, driven directly by the strong involvement of its principals. Maya Capital was founded by Managing Partner David Pralong who has an extensive track record in real estate having been involved in over £2 billion worth of deals during his career in Real Estate. Maya focuses on sophisticated strategies, going in value creating initiatives including asset repositioning, financial structuring, property development and intensive asset and property management. Maya applies a dynamic approach and seeks opportunities resulting from special situations such as short leases or time-constrained purchases.