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Alpha Plus Group is Britain’s second largest Independent school operator. The group operates 19 schools, colleges and nurseries across the UK and 1 in New York. The group's portfolio includes Wetherby Preparatory which educated Prince William and Harry.
The group's bonds are secured by way of first legal mortgage over a real estate portfolio comprised of it's schoolhouses.
Alpha Plus is a portfolio company of Delancey, a real estate investment house managed by Ritblat family scion Jamie Ritblat (Son of Sir John Ribat, the founder of British Land). Investors in Delancey include George Soros and the Qatari Royal Family.
31 Mar 2024
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31 Mar 2020
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