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Newcore Wins Property Fund Manager of the Year Award

Newcore Capital Management, the B Corporation-certified, social infrastructure investment manager, is delighted to announce that it won the coveted Property Fund Manager of the Year award at this year’s UK Property Industry Awards.

Newcore’s COO, Neil Sarkhel and its CIO, Harry Savory were presented with the award, which was sponsored by Yardi, at the InterContinental London, The O2, on 12 November 2021. The Property Awards, in its 26th year, is the property industry’s largest awards ceremony, recognising and rewarding the very best companies, teams and individuals.

Newcore was chosen by a panel of judges from a shortlist of nine other fund managers, which included Hines, Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets, Patron Capital and M7 Real Estate, for its performance and quality of its work in 2020/21, which included:

  • succeeding at first attempt to become a B Corporation, the first dedicated UK real estate investment manager to become accredited by this external ethical business movement
  • strong and sustainable continuing financial performance of its funds over the year which allowed Newcorre to raise substantial new discretionary capital
  • demonstrating a clear and measurable ESG strategy, particularly in relation to social impact - for example through its partnership with LandAid and the wider industry to create the Probono Programme.

Hugo Llewelyn, CEO of Newcore, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won the 2021 Property Fund Manager of the Year Award at this year’s UK industry awards. Since Newcore began, a decade ago, we have tried hard to create a credible platform and positive business culture through which to deliver sustainable and attractive returns for our clients, balancing the objectives of all stakeholders in our business. This award recognises our progress to date and we look forward to building on this further over the decades to come”.