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Dividend cuts the theme for 2020

  The slowing global and domestic economy over the past year continues to create challenges for the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) and the Government. Policy makers will need to remain alert and deliver additional effective and timely stimulus to address the challenges ahead. This creates opportunities for investors as they reflect on their return […]

DisplaySweet Win ‘Best New PropTech’ Award

DisplaySweet, a Salter Brothers investee company, has won the competitive category of ‘Best New PropTech’ at the annual The Urban Developer Awards, honouring Australian and New Zealand property leaders. With more than 100 finalists across 24 categories, DisplaySweet took the title from 10 fellow PropTech heavy-weights, including Charter Hall and MYBOS. The award gala hosted […]

Salter Brothers Hotel, Intercontinental Melbourne The Rialto, Awarded ‘Oceania’s Leading Hotel 2019’ At World Travel Awards

Intercontinental Melbourne the Rialto has been awarded ‘Oceania’s Leading Hotel 2019’ at the 26th annual World Travel Awards Asia & Oceania Gala Ceremony. The World Travel Awards recognises exceptional leaders in the tourism, hotel, airline and hospitality industry, representing the pinnacle of industry excellence. Held in Vinpearl Convention Centre Phu Quoc (Vietnam), the gala honoured hotels […]

Asian investors back $104m hotel raising

Larry Schlesinger   Hotel-focused fund manager Salter Brothers has secured $104 million in fresh equity to partly fund its acquisition of the NEXT Hotel in Brisbane. The group, led by Brothers Paul and Robert Salter, struck a deal in May to buy the 304-room hotel from Challenger for $150 million. Around 60 per cent of […]

Salter Brothers close oversubscribed NEXT Hotel Acquisition capital raising

Salter Brothers is pleased to announce that it has closed its $104m equity raising for the Salter Brothers Hotel Group.  The capital raising was oversubscribed. The capital will be used to partially fund the acquisition of the NEXT Hotel in Brisbane. NEXT Hotel is the first Brisbane property and the 7th Australian hotel acquired and […]

Everlea Construction Commences In Melbourne’s Growth Suburb of Keysborough

The highly anticipated development at 452 Cheltenham Road has commenced construction, with the bespoke Everlea townhouses due to be completed in 2020. Drawing inspiration from nature and community in the layout and design, this sought after townhouse development is one of the last of its kind and selling strong. With the suburb of Keysborough out-performing […]

Salters Brothers backs proptech company Hendry Group

Australian Financial Review 14 July 2019 By Sarah Thompson and Anthony Macdonald As high-flying hotel tycoons Paul and Robert Salter prepare to float a $1 billion-odd hotel trust, their firm’s private equity arm has snapped up a stake in a “proptech” company. Street Talk can reveal Salter Brothers, which has about $2 billion in assets […]

Salter Brothers announce third investment in PropTech industry, backing Hendry Group

  Global funds management firm Salter Brothers has announced their latest private equity fund investment  into PropTech firm, Hendry Group. Hendry Group, a leading national advisory firm with a thirty-seven year history in the risk and compliance sector, has evolved its offerings to provide technology enabled solutions to the built-environment. Hendry Group is considered the leading PropTech player in the […]

Inference Solutions, a Salter Brothers Private Equity Fund Investee Company, recognised as Intelligent Virtual Agent Leader by DMG

    Inference Solutions, Intelligent virtual agents (IVA) market share leader and investee company of Salter Brothers Private Equity Fund, has appeared recently within the well-recognised, DMG Consulting report. The DMG Consulting report is well known in the technology space worldwide, highlighting useful feedback from customers and clients of leading virtual agent companies. The published […]

Salters bank $1b hotel fund with Next deal

Australian Financial Review 22 May 2019   High-flying hotel tycoons Paul and Robert Salter have moved a step closer to floating a $1 billion hotel trust on the Australian Stock Exchange after buying Brisbane’s 304-room Next Hotel from Challenger for $150 million. The brothers, who originally set up their SB&G Hotel Group investment platform in […]