Atterbury’s in-house corporate services team is responsible for the entire investment function. This multi-disciplined team handles and facilitates mergers, acquisitions and the structuring of deals and also ensure proper deal execution and detailed transaction management.
Our corporate professionals keep all systems in order with infrastructure, capable of handling the company’s rapid expansion. Corporate services facilitate the finance requirements and hedging risk as part of the development and asset management process.
With our proven track record in successfully concluding a number of significant deals such as the sale of Attfund to Hyprop, the formation of AttAfrica, the listing of Attacq and the structuring of the Richmond transaction, we are perfectly positioned to take Atterbury to the next level.
Investment and fund management services
Corporate and statutory reporting, mergers, acquisitions and deal structuring, treasury, legal, marketing and brand management.
Adriaan van Rooyen
Chief Financial Officer
Corporate services news
Atterbury has always looked to the future, and its European expansion is testimony to that. With the birth of the Atterbury Europa arm of the business, it became obvious that having local people on the ground was essential to keep the motto “it’s a matter of association” alive. And for a few lucky Atterbury team members that means the opportunity to live in far-flung places, and learning to do business among other cultures. In the second part of our series on the Atterbury Europe team, we stop over in exotic Dubai where we meet Ansu Kretzman and then catch up with CJ Wegner, who is packing his bags as we speak to move to Holland on I May.
As Atterbury spreads its wings over the globe, more members of the team are relocating to overseas territories. In the first part of a new series we spoke to Henk Deist and Raoul de Villiers about their unique experience living the motto of “it’s a matter of association” on foreign soil…
Nedbank shares a close relationship with Atterbury Property, which is aligned through mutual values and strategic intent. The relationship dates back to 1996 when we funded the Atterbury Value Mart, and it has grown from strength to strength.