LXI REIT PLC has announced its intention to float via an initial public offering “IPO” on the main market. The board of LXI REIT are seeking to raise £200 million.

Cornhill Capital has been appointed as intermediary with regards to the LXI REIT IPO.

LXI REIT have confirmed that they have identified a number of attractive assets and intends to deliver inflation-protected income and capital returns, underpinned by a secure and diversified portfolio of property. These properties are let or pre-let to a wide range of financially strong tenant companies on long term and index linked leases.

Within the LXI REIT prospectus the board can also undertake a placing programme which will allow it to raise up to £200 million through the issue of further shares in the 12 months from the IPO.

LXI REIT will target a dividend yield of at least 5% per annum. The boards chairman Stephen Hubbard also chairs the UK division of CBRE the worlds largest property advisers.

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LXI REIT IPO is set to list on the LSE within weeks. Cornhill Capital are an authorised intermediary for this offer. We will forward the relevant documents that will enable you to make a decision for this offer. You are under no obligation to deal.

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Investments in pre-IPO’s and IPO’s involve a high degree of risk and are not suitable for all investors. A pre-IPO issue is the funding given to the company before listing. There is no guarantee that the company will list, but if it does then there is normally an increase from the pre-IPO to the IPO price, representing a profit. However, even when a company is listed on, say,  the AIM market, it is considered to be a high-risk investment, and will have wider spreads on price and be more illiquid and it may be difficult to sell the shares on a short-term basis and in some circumstances it may be difficult to sell at any price. All investments made into an IPO or new issue or in a secondary issue should always be made solely on the basis of the information provided in the relevant prospectus and any other supplementary documentation. The specific risks will be detailed in the prospectus but the value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back the money you invested.  You should be sure that you fully understand the purpose of, and the reason for, the fundraising. Before you decide to invest you should obtain information regarding the business plan and note the risk factors. If you have any doubts about the suitability of an investment you should seek professional advice.