Monday, April 15, 2024

Barwood boosts acquisitions team

Towcester-based Barwood Capital has made two major appointments as it expands its acquisitions team to meet market demand across the UK regions.

Tom Gold, investment director, will focus primarily on acquisition of new commercial property opportunities across the sectors, for the Barwood managed funds. He joins from RO Real Estate where he was investment and development director, responsible for all acquisition, disposal and development across a diverse portfolio of assets.

Nick Masters, senior investment manager, is responsible for sourcing and analysis of new commercial opportunities and making recommendations on behalf of Barwood’s managed funds. His previous role as associate partner in Cluttons’ investment and development team saw him provide UK-wide, cross-sector acquisition, disposal and development consultancy advice to leading institutional investors, private investors and developers.

Both will work with Edward Henson, director and head of transactions at Barwood Capital.

He said: “We’re delighted to welcome Tom and Nick to the transactions team as we continually expand on the various funds we have under management across the UK regions. Barwood Capital prides itself on its long-serving, dedicated professional team, for which we look forward to Tom and Nick being very much a part of. ”

The new appointments follow a year in which Barwood managed over £100m worth of acquisitions, including a B&Q unit in Sheffiled, the JLR building in Ellesmere Port, Tungsten Park, Bardon and most recently, the office acquisition, Eton House, Richmond.

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