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Northern Ireland Investment Fund

QMPF is pleased to announce that the Northern Ireland Investment Fund (“NIIF”) has made an investment of £20m. The senior loan facility has been made to Oakland Limited to support the private sector-led regeneration of Merchant Square in Belfast which will see the development of 202,740 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation with ground floor retail space. Further details can be found here: https://www.finance-ni.gov.uk/news/investment-fund-work-gets-underway-ps20-million-belfast-office-project

This flagship project is the first investment made by the £100m NIIF, providing finance for commercial property, regeneration and low carbon projects in Northern Ireland. Further details on QMPF’s involvement with the NIIF can be found here: http://www.qmpf.co.uk/northern-ireland-investment-fund/

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