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|| Bahrain investment firm acquired a London school for $28 million

tadhamon-coxlease.pngTadhamon Capital, a Bahrain-based Islamic Investment Company, has announced the successful acquisition of Coxlease School in the UK by a consortium of investors, in a transaction valued at $28 million.

Tadhamon Capital advised on the transaction and acted as an arranger of the financing. The Coxlease Special Needs School is situated south of London. It is a specialist residential school for boys aged 9 to 18 with severe behavioural, emotional, social and learning difficulties and is run by Priory Group.

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