Journal of Property Finance: Volume 4 Issue 2

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Table of contents

Burton Group Zero Coupon Bond

Jeffrey W. Heintz

Discusses specially tailored financing as applied to the BurtonGroup, and deemed to be the most innovative structure devised in 1992.Examines the benefits to the issuer…

683

Capital allowances: an incentive to invest

Peter Kelland

Looks at the complex nature of legislation affecting capitalallowances. Outlines the results of a survey of UK finance andinvestment managers into the extent to which…

585

Forward funding with particular reference to distribution warehousing

Buff Powell

Shows that forward funding, popular in the mid‐1980s, is todayhighly selective and institutions are willing to be involved only inproperty sectors and locations where…

592

Some insolvency quirks for fixed charge holders

Ian M. Fletcher

Suggests that aspects of property financing will have to change inthe future. Considers the implications which the Insolvency Act of 1986will have for fixed charge securities.

466

Grouped debt structures for housing associations

Graham Beazley‐Long

Examines Housing Associations as major providers of rented housingin the UK. Focuses on possible ways in which a number of borrowers,whose individual borrowing…

538

Repossession postponed and forced sales

B.M.A. Curwen

Discusses the impact of the current economic climate on the privatehousing market and the increase in the number of mortgage repossessionactions in respect of residential…

514

ISSN:

0958-868X

Online date, start – end:

1990 – 1997

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited