French state makes debut UK buy with stake in Save The Children’s London HQ


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The investment arm of the French government has made its first major UK real estate transaction by snapping up a 50% stake in Save The Children’s London headquarters from Royal London Asset Management (RLAM), in a deal understood to be worth £115m.

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