LeBruin, a leading corporate finance and debt advisory provider based in Dublin, today hosted a development finance breakfast briefing in conjunction with CBRE and Leman Solicitors.
The briefing, held in the Aviva Stadium, Dublin, featured Dr William Hynes of Future Analytics as the guest speaker. Future Analytics is a dynamic SME consultancy specialising in spatial planning, development and economic research.
Dr Hynes is a Chartered Planner and Surveyor with extensive experience providing expert strategic advice to public and private sector clients in the areas of strategic spatial planning, demography, housing and economic analysis.
Dr Hynes gave an informative presentation on current and predicted future housing developments in Ireland, specifically in the Dublin region. Speakers from LeBruin, CBRE and Leman provided further information on the funding, legal and regulatory landscape surrounding development finance, and the presentations were followed by a Q&A session.
LeBruin has significant experience in sourcing funding for a variety of debt and equity transactions and has strong relationships with local and international funders. To discuss funding opportunities with LeBruin, please contact Tom Browne (firstname.lastname@example.org / 086 6014393).
LeBruin Private Limited (“LeBruin”) is a leading Corporate Finance and Debt Advisory firm based in Dublin, Ireland. LeBruin has a track record in delivering for clients in the areas of Debt Management, Debt Restructuring and Funding.
Independent and working only for its clients, LeBruin facilitates debt restructuring arrangements with NAMA, the banks and other creditors. LeBruin also specialises in matching clients with new sources of funding, delivering effective solutions in the form of senior debt and equity finance across a range of business sectors. LeBruin has established strong relationships with both traditional and non-traditional lenders in Ireland, the UK and USA. In addition, LeBruin has worked with a number of equity funds who have a keen appetite to invest in client projects, enabling us to meet our clients’ refinancing requirements.
LeBruin has restructured over €6.5 billion of debt and has raised over €10 billion in new debt and equity for its clients since inception.