The only persons who are eligible to transact on this issue are persons who are "wholesale investors" (as defined in the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (FMCA)) or are otherwise excluded from the disclosure requirements of the FMCA under Schedule 1 of that Act.
The fund's strategy is to take advantage of the many higher yielding opportunities that are a bit more complicated than the average single site warehouse with a well known branded tenant. You are unlikely to find a single tenant supermarket building in the portfolio because those investments are in high demand and do not produce a superior yield to investors. However, you may find a supermarket makes up a portion of tenancies in one or more of the investments.
Buckland actively look for investment opportunities that are “off the radar” and often these will not be obtained through a public tender process. Negotiated transactions appeal much more to them as do opportunities to provide a solution for a tenant and/or owner. For example, sale and lease back where a tenant may not want or need to own a building any longer but they want to continue operating out of that building. The fund will also lend on property security if our return hurdles are met and they are comfortable with the security levels.