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Dragonfly takes Maslow Capital under its wings

Dragonfly Property Finance has acquired specialist mezzanine lender Maslow Capital.

Dragonfly will take over Maslow’s multimillion pound loan book, but specialist mezzanine and development loans will continue to be offered through the Maslow brand. Staff teams will combine increasing Dragonfly’s workforce from eight to 15.

Jonathan Samuels, chief executive officer of Dragonfly, says: “With our development and mezzanine operation now in safe hands, the Dragonfly team can continue to focus its energy on consolidating our position as the market’s leading provider of bridging, buy-to-let, second charge and houses in multiple occupation loans.”

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