J3 Advisory appoints director to head up Debt Advisory team
Specialist insurance and property funding firm, J3 Advisory, has appointed Peter MacAllan as Director of the Debt Advisory team.
Peter joins the leadership team, bringing over two decades of experience within the financial sector, coupled with an impressive track record of facilitating a diverse range of financing solutions for high-profile projects.
Peter MacAllan’s expertise spans a wide spectrum of asset classes, ranging from luxurious residential towers to super prime family homes and multi-million-pound wine collections.
Over the course of his career, he was a Partner at Knight Frank for 10 years, heading up their Structured Development Finance team in London where he has successfully orchestrated multiple development finance facilities exceeding £100 million in value.
His previous origination portfolio includes overseeing the financing of a 53-story residential tower in Canary Wharf, a prestigious 25-apartment scheme in Marylebone and development schemes in London’s Midtown and Mayfair with GDVs exceeding £500 million each.
Peter’s appointment marks an important chapter for J3 Advisory, who launched to the marketplace in 2021, and have experienced very strong growth, placing structural warranties for over 5,000 units across the UK, encompassing residential, BTR, PBSA, and commercial developments.
Peter will work closely with Jack Bristow, founder and managing director at J3 and co-founder and director James Mole to further enhance J3s debt advisory offering to professionals within the UK construction sector.
Jack Bristow, founder and managing director commented:
‘We are delighted to have Peter on board.
Peter will work closely with our developer clients, helping them structure projects in a manner that is appealing to both lenders and investors, providing them with the best opportunity to secure the funding necessary to bring their projects to fruition.’
Peter MacAllan added:
‘I am delighted to have joined Jack and the J3 team and look forward to further strengthening their best in class insurance & funding advice proposition.’