The acquisition will help the lender accelerate its ambitions to capitalise on opportunities in real estate development finance across the UK and European living sectors, including PBSA, co-living, BTR, residential and senior living.
Arrow’s fund management team will work with Maslow to grow its funding capabilities, launch new products and expand into new geographies.
As part of the acquisition, Arrow Global’s CEO and CIO, Zach Lewy, will join Maslow’s board.
The investment complements Arrow Global’s existing UK offering, which includes its Capquest, Drydensfairfax, Mars Capital and Bergen Finance platforms.
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Marc Rose, co-founder and chairman of Maslow Capital, said: “It’s a privilege to have Arrow as a significant shareholder.
“Zach and his team have built an impressive and highly innovative investment business and we look forward to working together and leveraging their experience to build Maslow Capital into a leading provider of pan-European real estate finance.”
Ellis Sher, co-founder and CEO of Maslow Capital (pictured above), added: “We want to thank our incredible team and partners for all their effort and support over the years and we look forward to this exciting next stage of the Maslow journey.”
Zach commented: “We are delighted to announce the acquisition of a stake in Maslow Capital, a best-in-class operator led by a highly talented leadership team.
“Our decision to acquire this stake is consistent with Arrow Global’s strategy of expanding capital light revenues in attractive segments of the credit and real estate space, where we can raise and deploy third-party capital effectively, delivering sustainable market-leading returns.”