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Student digs firm sets five-year growth target

Hull-based student accommodation specialist The Kexgill Group has unveiled a five year plan to acquire and invest in new assets across the UK, which it hopes will allow the company to double in size. To support its plan, The Kexgill Group recently changed banking partner to Santander Corporate & Commercial. Santander has refinanced more than £6m in lending facilities which will allow The Kexgill Group to fully support its current portfolio of properties as well as invest for growth. The Kexgill Group's total assets are valued in excess of £100m. It has nine branches throughout the UK as well as a presence in Germany. Mick Graham, real estate director of Santander Corporate & Commercial, said: 'We're delighted to be supporting the Kexgill Group at such a key time in the company's growth. This is a fantastic opportunity to support a vibrant business which started in the Yorkshire area.'

 

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