OneVentures’ Debt Funding of Hometime

Arnold Bloch Leibler advised venture capital firm OneVentures on its debt funding of Airbnb property management start-up, Hometime

OneVentures is one of Australia’s leading venture capital firms. As reported in the Australian Financial Review, the transaction represents the first investment from its credit fund, having partnered with Viola Credit, Israel’s leading private credit fund.

Hometime was established in 2016 and provides home owners with a management platform to use when renting out their properties on Airbnb. The service allows users to track their rental income, and also manages additional aspects of the hosting experience, such as guest inquiries and cleaning.

Arnold Bloch Leibler advised OneVentures with a team including Paul Rubenstein (Picture), Nathan Briner (Partner, Banking & Finance), Gavin Hammerschlag (Senior Associate, Corporate), Orley Granot (Senior Associate, Banking & Finance), and Crosby Radburn (Lawyer, Banking & Finance)

Involved fees earner: Nathan Briner – Arnold Bloch Leibler; Orley Granot – Arnold Bloch Leibler; Gavin Hammerschlag – Arnold Bloch Leibler; Paul Rubenstein – Arnold Bloch Leibler;

Law Firms: Arnold Bloch Leibler;

Clients: OneVentures Pty Ltd;

Author: Michael Patrini