Property Income Trust for Charities (PITCH)

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PITCH

Property Income Trust for Charities (PITCH) helps over 1,350 charities to invest in property in an ethical, responsible and tax-efficient way.

 

Who we are:

PITCH is managed by Mayfair Capital Investment Management, a specialist UK real estate investment manager and is a unit trust designed as a pooled property vehicle available to all UK Charities. The Fund aims to deliver a relatively high and sustainable income yield, whilst aiming to maintain capital value in real terms over the economic cycle.

 

How PITCH can assist your charity:

In an ongoing low growth, low interest rate environment, income is particularly important to charities and Mayfair Capital anticipates that property yields will remain attractive to investors seeking income as part of their total return, in particular relative to yields available through the other main asset classes. Through a Fund such as PITCH, we can provide a sustainable and growing level of income.

For further information please visit our website at www.pitch-fund.co.uk.

 

 

 

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Resources:

Introduction to PITCH Infographic

PITCH – A Portfolio Designed for Income Resilience

PITCH ESG & RPI Credentials 2021

To view some of the Fund’s other resources, please follow the link below:

https://pitch.mayfaircapital.co.uk/insights-events/resources-and-documents-for-the-property-income-trust-for-charities/

 

If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with a member of the Management team, please contact James or Deanna:

James Lloyd - Head of Business Development and Marketing

T: +44 20 7291 6664

E: jjloyd@mayfaircapital.co.uk

Deanna Oyin-Adeniji - Investor Relations and Marketing Associate

T: +44 20 7291 6667

E: doyin-adeniji@mayfaircapital.co.uk

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