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Land Securities

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Neil Sinclair with Alison Carnwath

(Chairman of Land Securities plc)

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Neil Sinclair with Dennis Watson

(Managing Director of Barclays Bank Corporate)

Sir Sol Kerzner, Neil Sinclair

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Neil Sinclair with Sir Sol Kerzner

(Chairman of Kerzner International)

   
   
Property Week, September 2010

Property veterans aim for acquisitions after buying 30% of Lipman shell Leo Insurance

Three veteran entrepreneurs have taken control of an AIM-listed shell company and plan to turn it into a property business.

Neil Sinclair, the 67-year-old founder of property agent Sinclair Goldsmith and former chairman of investor Mission Capital, has teamed up with Panther Securities chairman Andrew Perloff and company registration entrepreneur Stanley Davis, to buy a 29.9% stake in Leo Insurance Services.

 
 

Property Week, June 1999

Young’s old guard backs aggressive London fund

Lord Young of Graffham, former Tory trade and industry secretary, is backing the revival in property values in an aggressive investment venture with former Scottish Widows fund manager Andrew Winskell.

The pair have set up London Active Management with Neil Sinclair, co-founder of Sinclair Goldsmith, to target opportunistic investments in London.

Sinclair refused to reveal how the fund was structured, but he said that London Active Management had already secured equity commitments from ‘major funds’.

He said there was no ceiling on the size of deals it would contemplate, but that £10m was the minimum. It is understood that London Active Management will be geared to take advantage of the cheap borrowing climate.