Folkestone is an ASX-listed (ASX code: FLK) real estate funds manager and developer. Folkestone pursues a diverse range of Australian real estate opportunities across investment types, capital structures and sectors. The Company has two real estate businesses: funds management; and on-balance sheet ‘direct’ investments. Folkestone Funds Management offers listed and unlisted real estate funds to private clients and select institutional investors across core, value-add and opportunistic real estate investments. For more information, see www.folkestone.com.au.
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