New ISA launches to invest in care homes

The Barbican Isa has been launched to invest in specialist care homes that support some of the UK’s most vulnerable.

Unveiled by The Barbican Group, which operates in healthcare, logistics and renewables and has current assets valued at over £105m, the new ISA will support over 83 specialist healthcare properties across the UK, owned by the Group.

The Barbican ISA is a three-year bond offering investors a fixed rate of interest of seven per cent tax-free per annum with no opening or management fees.

Funds in the Isa will go towards refurbishing existing care homes as well as enhancing the management and structure of the individual care home facilities.

The Barbican ISA is run by Northern Provident Investments and is both asset-and property-backed. 

All of the care home properties are owned by the Group.

Please be aware when investing that your capital is at risk and the value of your investment can go down as well as up. You may get back less than you invested.

For more information and to apply, see: www.barbicanisa.com

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