The process was completed within days and the funds will be used by a non-UK resident to refurbish an existing apartment in Chelsea, London.
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Ruben Chicheportiche at RCP Finance said: “We enjoyed working with Brydg because it is among the most sophisticated real estate platforms out there.
“Brydg understood our client’s needs and provided us with the best terms for our client.”
Daniel Bendavid, managing director at Brydg, added: “At Brydg, we are uniquely positioned to fund deals at scale with our experienced team, longstanding broker relationships and advanced technology.
“We work with great intermediaries (originators, brokers) like RCP and are continuously impressed with its ability to present us with high-calibre clients.”
RCP Finance is a European debt and equity advisory boutique operating in five major markets.
Since its launch in 2017, it has structured deals in the UK worth more than £500m, and has closed over £150m of loans this year.
One of its most significant arrangements was a £60m, 600-unit refinancing deal with three lenders in 2018.
Brydg has previously worked with other specialist finance companies, including Arc & Co, which completed £70m of refinancing deals across three prime residential London assets using the debt platform in 2019.