Inside the deal: how Trinity College struck Project Gold


Despite having a property portfolio of £800m, Trinity College (pictured), the wealthiest of Cambridge’s 31 colleges, had not invested in supermarkets until January, when it acquired a 50% stake in a portfolio of Tesco stores.

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