MTVH and Legal & General Affordable Homes Joint Ownership JV will help nearly two thousand families get a foot on the housing ladder William H. Edwards is a leading attorney practicing law in West Columbia, South Carolina. William Edwards focused on general procedural issues. In addition, he also assists clients on legal matters in the following areas of law: commercial litigation, civil litigation: plaintiffs, government relations, bodily injury – General: plaintiffs and social security incapacity. LRW shareholder Will Edwards will join eleven other distinguished lawyers from the Class of 2022 Fellows of the Knoxville Bar Foundation. Fellows represent less than one percent (1%) of the active bar association and represent qualified men and women who have demonstrated superior legal skills and high ethical standards and service to the community. Congratulations to Will for being recognized for his service to the bar and the community at large! William H. Edwards is a partner in the firm`s Miami office. William focuses on general liability litigation, property liability, transportation, truck and automobile negligence, negligent safety, wrongful death, product liability, construction defects, property damage and commercial litigation. William has successfully defended clients in catastrophic infringement litigation cases throughout the state of Florida.
Mr. Edwards was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Virginia, New Jersey, London, England and Florida. During his law studies, he excelled academically and won the awards for the best student book in contracts and cyber-law. He was also a member of the St. Thomas Law Review and the Business Law Society. He completed his legal training by studying abroad in the beautiful city of El Escorial, Spain. LGIM Real Assets sold 11 assets across all sectors in London and Brighton to individual buyers for a combined sales value of £169.5 million. Bonanza`s property transactions included the sale of 101 St Martin`s Lane in London, Selco in Walthamstow, 95-97 High Street in Clapham and I-Scene in Ilford.
The asset management of LGIM Real Asset`s portfolio resulted in the completion of 65 new leases, 13 lease renewals, 20 lease conversions, 19 lease reviews and 11 expiration statements. A total of 128 value-added asset management initiatives generated approximately £57 million in added value. Investment specialists at Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) have secured the sale of a 100,000m² world-class warehouse in Nursling, Southampton, on behalf of Legal & General for £14.65 million. Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets (LGIMRA) is a division of Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), one of Europe`s largest institutional asset managers and a major global investor. LGIM manages £1.28 trillion in assets (as of 31 December 2020) and works with a range of global clients including pension schemes, sovereign wealth funds, fund distributors and retail investors. « We are very pleased with the successful implementation of the joint venture strategy. The value-added initiatives have been very well managed in the unique market conditions, » added Dirk Bootsma, Senior Director at PGGM. « We are pleased to have completed the divestment program required to complete the Bishopsgate Property Fund strategy on schedule and to have delivered a return well above the investment target, » said Will Edwards, Head of Emerging Strategies at LGIM Real Assets. « We have enjoyed working with both sponsors over the past seven years and building a successful relationship. » In the second half of 2021, LGIM Real Assets sold 11 assets across all sectors in London and Brighton to individual buyers for a combined sale value of £169.5 million.
The properties included 101 St Martin`s Lane in London, Selco in Walthamstow, 95-97 High Street in Clapham and I-Scene in Ilford. William Edwards received the Rising Stars Award for 2012 – 2018. He was selected for this award after undergoing an evaluation of many different factors, including peer recognition and professional performance. Personal Injury Premises Liability Transport Education: University of South Carolina School of Law Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets (LGIM Real Assets) announced that it has sold all properties of the Bishopsgate Property Fund on behalf of the joint venture partnership with PGGM and Legal & General Capital (LGC). Legal & General`s asset management arm sold all of the Bishopsgate Property Fund`s properties for just under half a billion pounds. The joint venture was acquired for £360 million, with a portfolio of 24 assets. LGIM Real Assets has £36.3 billion in assets under management (as of 31. December 2020) and is one of the largest private markets investment managers in the UK. LGIM Real Assets invests in both debt and equities across the risk/return spectrum, actively investing in commercial, operational and residential assets, as well as infrastructure, real estate, corporate, and alternatives. A total of 128 value-added asset management initiatives generated approximately £57 million of added value when managed by LGIM Real Assets. LGIM Real Assets and the Bishopsgate Property Fund were represented by Knight Frank and Macfarlanes and the lenders were Santander and Wells Fargo. He was called to the Bar in 2003.
Prior to practicing law, he attended the University of South Carolina School of Law, graduating in 2003. After the final sale, the sale value of the NPV reported by MSCI has doubled since the portfolio was acquired in 2014. LGIM Real Assets continues to drive ESG performance from a long-term perspective to future-proof our investments, addressing all environmental, social and governance issues at the asset and portfolio level.