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Värde Reactivates the Sale of its Stake in La Finca GA

The US fund has resumed the sale of its 38% stake in the Socimi controlled by the García-Cereceda family, in light of the interest from investors.

The US fund Värde wants to divest its stake in the Socimi La Finca, controlled by the García-Cereceda family, and take advantage of investors’ interest in the prime assets, according to Expansión.

Currently, Värde owns 38% of La Finca Global Assets, through the Mansfield Invest company. La Finca GA has been listed on BME Growth (formerly the Alternative Investment Market) since September 2017. The fund made a commitment to continue as a shareholder of the Socimi until the end of 2019.

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