Mayfair Capital Investment Management Ltd. is an established experienced investor across all UK commercial property sectors. For information please contact psturdy [at] mayfaircapital.co.uk (Phil Sturdy, Investment Director ), jseligman [at] mayfaircapital.co.uk (Jos Seligman, Transaction Manager) or fclark [at] mayfaircapital.co.uk (Florence Clark, Investment Associate). For further information on the management team please visit the ‘Our team’ page.
Mayfair Capital requires that all property introductions are submitted to a member of the Transactions or Fund Management teams at Mayfair Capital.
No verbal or written communication received or sent is capable of creating a binding agreement unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing by Mayfair Capital. Mayfair Capital reserves the right in its absolute discretion whether to accept an introduction. Your submission of an introduction of a property to Mayfair Capital will constitute your agreement to and acceptance of this. Where an opportunity has been introduced by more than one person, Mayfair Capital reserve the right in its absolute discretion to select the most appropriate person.
Acceptance of an introduction is expressly on the understanding that:
- The introducer (the firm) is RICS regulated, has no conflict of interest and will only be representing Mayfair Capital in the acquisition of the property and the introducer specifically confirms that it will not be representing any other person in a competing bid for the relevant property; and
- The introducer's fee is to be agreed by negotiation; and
- Mayfair Capital reserve the right to appoint joint advisors, for example but not limited to instances where specialist occupational advice is required.
If a property has been introduced and rejected, a re-submission will be treated as a new introduction. In instances where Mayfair Capital has rejected an introduction, we reserve the right to recognise a subsequent introduction of a property by another party without being liable to the initial introducing party, where for example there are changes in offer terms, a revised business plan is suggested or a reasonable period of time has expired (without limitation).