Channel Islands Property Fund’s Acquisition of Royal Bank Place


Collas Crill has assisted The Channel Islands Property Fund Limited Ogier has advised the seller.

The Channel Islands Property Fund Limited (CIPF) executed the acquisition of flagship building, Royal Bank Place, enhancing its Channel Islands portfolio.

The premises, situated in St Peter Port, Guernsey, is a prominent landmark on the town’s seafront, and as home to The Royal Bank of Scotland International Limited, PwC and Apax Partners, it is at the heart of the island’s financial services sector.

The property is home to the Royal Bank of Scotland International Limited, PwC and Apax and had been owned by the sellers since October 2017.

Collas Crill has assisted The Channel Islands Property Fund Limited with a team including Tristan Ozanne (Picture), Paul Wilkes, Michael Lyner (Finance), Gareth Morgan, Wayne Atkinson (Corporate) and Paul Nettleship (Property).

Ogier advised the sellers of the former Royal Hotel site with a team including James Walsh, William Schofield, Annaliese McGeoch (Corporate) Christopher Jones, Matthew MacFarlane (Financing) and Martin Casas (Property).

Involved fees earner: Wayne Atkinson – Collas Crill; Michael Lyner – Collas Crill; Gareth Morgan – Collas Crill; Paul Nettleship – Collas Crill; Tristan Ozanne – Collas Crill; Paul Wilkes – Collas Crill; Martín Casas – Ogier LLP; Tim Clipstone – Ogier LLP; Christopher Jones – Ogier LLP; Matthew MacFarlane – Ogier LLP; Annaliese McGeoch – Ogier LLP; William Schofield – Ogier LLP; James Walsh – Ogier LLP;

Law Firms: Collas Crill; Ogier LLP;

Clients: Channel Islands Property Fund; Royal Bank Place;