COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INSIGHTS | 18 SEPTEMBER 2020

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Commercial Property Finance with a positive outlook.

If you’re looking for commercial property finance with a positive outlook, you can count on us. That’s because you’re guaranteed more than opportunities to build business potential across the continent. We provide you with tailored commercial property finance solutions for impactful property development and investment.

That’s why our capabilities have made us the perfect partner for the Multiply Group in developing Umhlanga Arch. In turn, our contribution of R 1.3 billion towards the deal has attracted R 350 million in foreign investment to Umhlanga and Durban.

This bears testament to our bigger purpose to provide our clients with a solid foundation on which they can build a wealth of property possibilities.

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