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London Credit Fund – July 2023 Results

23rd August 2023

At Consulco, we are proud to present the most recent performance update for our London Credit Fund, covering the month of July 2023. Once again, our Fund has surpassed its expected annualized returns, showcasing its ability to surpass expectations: Additionally, we’re proud to report that our total Assets Under Management (AUM) have reached an impressive […]


UK Economy and Real Estate Report – H1 2023.

31st July 2023

Executive Summary The start of 2023 has been challenging for investors around the world. High inflation and high interest rates are putting pressure on growth and costs. As a result, the real estate market and all asset classes in general are facing a challenging environment. Nevertheless, the UK Real Estate market has proven to be […]


The London Credit Fund achieves impressive performance in Q2 2023.

19th July 2023

The London Credit Fund, regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission, continues to demonstrate a strong upward trend in its performance. In the second quarter of 2023, the Fund once again exceeded its annual performance targets across all currencies, delivering exceptional returns to its investors. During Q2 2023, the London Credit Fund distributed dividends […]


Consulco’s Cocktails and Nibbles event in Larnaca.

10th July 2023

Last Thursday, we hosted a summer gathering at the vibrant Cuckoo Rooftop Bar, located at the newly renovated Larnaca Municipal Market. We were joined by esteemed investors and partners for an evening filled with cocktails, nibbles, and great company. It was a fantastic opportunity to connect on a more personal level and build stronger relationships […]

London banking district

The Hunt For Value. UK Real Estate Investments Beyond London.

5th July 2023

As UK interest rates continue to rise, our London-based real estate experts have analysed other locations that should provide strong income returns over the next five years and protect investors from inflation. Property values are directly corelated to interest rates – as rates rise, property values fall.  Since the Bank of England first raised rates […]