HWBC
CREATES VALUE

HWBC has built an impressive track record of value creation and delivery across all sectors

Asset Management

HWBC holds a variety of Asset Management mandates and actively seek a cradle-to-grave involvement in assets. Managing the initial acquisition process, delivery of the underwrite and the disposal process.

Clients trust HWBC to oversee and deliver their investment case; the firm holds discretionary mandates over €300m of assets across Ireland and has advised on development projects totalling in excess of €150m.

In addition, the Asset Management team has also managed a further €650m of transactions including leadership of due diligence teams and advice on structuring.

HWBC Asset Management has built an impressive track record of delivery across all real estate sectors.

Asset Management mandates range from full discretionary authority over substantial portfolios to ad hoc advice relating to specific issues.

The team looks for the earliest possible involvement in assets. This often means leading the acquisition locally especially in situations involving overseas investors or investors transacting in Ireland for the first time.

The initial underwriting carried out in the lead in to an acquisition often forms the basis for the investment case and the founding principles of the Business Plan that governs the management of an asset or project on an ongoing basis.

Business Plans are prepared for all assets and progress is measured and reported against those plans enabling reporting of performance against a clear set of targets. Business Plans will usually involve detailed financial modelling of anticipated performance together with budgets for receipts and expenditure.

The Asset Management team often takes the leadership role in development and other complex projects. Taking projects from conception through the design and planning process to construction and delivery, over 250,000 sq ft of new commercial space has been successfully delivered in the last 18 months.

Finally, advice is given on the appropriate timing and method of exit to realise the delivery of returns in the most efficient way possible.