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DGAP-UK-Regulatory News vom 22.06.2020

SWEF: Dealings by Investment Adviser

Starwood European Real Estate Finance Ltd (SWEF)
22-Jun-2020 / 12:27 GMT/BST
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22 June 2020



Starwood European Real Estate Finance Limited: Dealings by Investment Adviser


The Company announces the purchase of 133,333 and 61,093 ordinary shares respectively in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") by Duncan MacPherson and Lorcain Egan of Starwood Capital Europe Advisers LLP, the Investment Adviser to the Company, at an average price of 81.62 pence and 81.84 pence per Ordinary Share respectively.  Following these transactions, Mr. MacPherson has an interest in 133,333 Ordinary Shares and Mr. Egan has an interest in 61,093 Ordinary Shares.


For further information, please contact:


Apex Fund and Corporate Services (Guernsey) Limited as Company Secretary

Vania Santos




01481 735878

Starwood Capital 

Duncan MacPherson


020 7016 3655


Jefferies International Limited

Stuart Klein

Neil Winward

Gaudi Le Roux




020 7029 8000



Starwood European Real Estate Finance Limited is an investment company listed on the main market of the London Stock Exchange with an investment objective to provide Shareholders with regular dividends and an attractive total return while limiting downside risk, through the origination, execution, acquisition and servicing of a diversified portfolio of real estate debt investments in the UK and the wider European Union's internal market.

The Group is the largest London-listed vehicle to provide investors with pure play exposure to real estate lending.

The Group's assets are managed by Starwood European Finance Partners Limited, an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the Starwood Capital Group.


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