Triple Point Social Housing REIT Plc

The Triple Point Social Housing REIT seeks to address the ongoing housing crisis by investing in the UK social housing sector, providing sustainable high-quality homes which have been adapted for vulnerable adults with long-term care and support needs including mental health issues, learning disabilities, or physical and sensory impairment.

We believe our residents deserve a home that offers greater independence than institutional accommodation, at the same time as meeting their specialist care needs. Our ambition is to be the leading UK Supported Housing investor, helping guarantee secure futures for people in need across the country, while ensuring that our shareholders have an ethical, solid, long-term income source.

About the Manager

The Company's Investment Manager is Triple Point Investment Management LLP ("Triple Point"), an experienced manager with over £2 billion of private, institutional and public capital. With extensive experience in asset and project finance, portfolio management and structured investments. 


The Delegated Investment Manager

The Board is responsible for the determination of the Company’s Investment Objective and Investment Policy and has overall responsibility for the Company’s activities except for any alternative investment fund management functions.

The key personnel of the Delegated Investment Manager who are involved in the provision of portfolio management services under the terms of the Delegated Investment Management Agreement are as follows:

James Cranmer

Managing Partner, Asset Originator

James joined Triple Point in 2006 to establish its flagship leasing business, Triple Point Lease Partners, which has grown to be one of the UK’s most active providers of operating lease finance into Local Authorities and NHS Trust Hospitals. James has over 20 years’ experience in structured, asset and vendor finance, and has been responsible for in excess of £1 billion of funding into UK Local Authorities, NHS Hospital Trusts, FTSE 100 and small medium sized companies. James is a graduate of St. Andrews University. He became co-Managing Partner in 2016.

Ben Beaton

Managing Partner, Fund Manager

Ben joined Triple Point in 2007 to lead the sourcing and execution of a broad spectrum of investments including renewable energy, long leased infrastructure and property bridge lending. He has established himself as an industry leader in matching capital with investment opportunities, building innovative products for investors and offering attractive and flexible funding solutions to a range of businesses, both in the public and private sector. Ben has a BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences from the University of Edinburgh. He became co-Managing Partner in 2016.

Max Shenkman

Principal, Head of Investment

Max joined Triple Point in 2011 and has led investments across the product range. He has arranged both debt and equity funding for a number of property backed transactions in the social housing, infrastructure and agricultural sectors. Max has also been responsible for providing over £100 million of receivables financing to SMEs. Prior to joining Triple Point Max was an Associate in the Debt Capital Markets team at Lazard where he advised private equity clients on both the buy and sell side. Max graduated from the University of Edinburgh.

Isobel Gunn-Brown

Partner, REIT CFO

Isobel joined the Investment Manager in 2010 and acts as Finance Director to the Group leading the financial reporting responsibilities of the Group in conjunction with the AIFM. At the Investment Manager Isobel is head of the Fund Management Services Department. Isobel is ACCA qualified with over 30 years' experience in the financial services sector. Her experience is wide-ranging and includes managing the financial reporting for eight listed venture capital trusts, managing the Investment Manager's FCA regulation and reporting requirements and monitoring investee company compliance with HMRC regulation. 

Ralph Weichelt

Head of Debt Capital Markets

Ralph is Head of Debt Capital Markets at the Investment Manager responsible for the debt strategies for all Triple Point managed private and listed funds. Prior to joining Triple Point, Ralph was a Partner in a pan-European debt advisory and fixed income firm focusing on debt origination via the debt capital markets for commercial real estate and infrastructure. Prior to this, he held a number of senior positions in pan-European real estate spanning from fund management, transactional work to advisory. Ralph is also a member of the Investment Committee.

Justin Hubble

General Counsel

Justin joined the Investment Manager in 2017 as General Counsel. He began his legal career as a barrister in New Zealand before moving to the UK where he worked as a private practice lawyer at City firm Ashurst during the dot-com era. On leaving private practice he pursued in-house roles as the General Counsel of several high growth, disruptive tech businesses from start-up to float. Justin is qualified as a barrister & solicitor in New Zealand and as a solicitor in the UK. He is a graduate of Otago University, New Zealand and holds a Master of Laws degree from University College London. 


The Directors of the Company, all of whom are non-executive, are listed below.

All of the Directors are independent of the Delegated Investment Manager and the AIFM.

Chris Phillips


Chris has extensive experience of real estate and listed companies. He was Managing Director of PB Securities, the UK subsidiary of Prudential Bache, for three years, before joining Lombard Odier as the Managing Director of its London broking business. He then joined Colliers International and after heading its residential consultancy business, became the first Managing Director of Colliers Capital UK Limited (Colliers commercial real estate property fund). Having served on the Board of Places for People for 14 years, ten of them as Chair, Chris stood down from the role in January 2021.

Tracey Fletcher-Ray

Senior Independent Director

Tracey has considerable expertise as an executive and non-executive director in the care and support sectors. Tracey previously was a non-executive director to L&Q Group, one of the UK’s largest Housing Associations and developers, and was Managing Director of Caring Homes, a leading provider of care homes for the elderly. She is currently CEO of Witherslack Group, a leading provider of specialist education and care for young people with special educational needs.

She spent nearly two years as Managing Director at Berendsen PLC developing the company’s healthcare business, strategy and growth and eight years at Bupa UK, holding Managing Director roles in the Care Home business which involved contracting with and providing services on behalf of local authorities and the NHS, and Bupa Health Clinics.

Professor Ian Reeves CBE

Non-Executive Director

Ian is co-founder and CEO of Synaps International Limited. He is visiting Professor of Infrastructure Investment and Construction at The Alliance Manchester Business School, Chair of The Estates and Infrastructure Exchange (EIX) and a Director of Xinous Inc. He was appointed as a Non-executive Director and Chair of Geiger Counter Limited on 13 December 2021 and 9 March 2022 respectively.

Ian was founder and Chair of High-Point Rendel Group, a pioneering management and engineering consultancy company with a global network of offices. He has been president and CEO of Cleveland Bridge, Chairman of McGee Group, Chairman of Constructing Excellence and Chair of the London regional council of the CBI.

Ian was awarded his CBE in 2003 for services to business and charity.

Peter Coward

Non-Executive Director

Peter is a chartered accountant with international commercial and corporate finance experience. He has over 25 years’ experience as a Senior Tax Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers specialising in property, and has worked with a wide range of firms to develop a knowledge and understanding of tax regimes worldwide and of organisational and project structuring to optimise the tax position.

Cecily Davis

Non-Executive Director

Cecily has significant legal, construction and infrastructure experience gained from 30 years as a construction and projects lawyer. Cecily is currently an Engineering, Procurement and Construction Partner at Fieldfisher and Co-Head of Fieldfisher’s Africa Group. She was formerly a Partner at DLA Piper until 2014 and Shadbolt & Co until 2005. Cecily has an extensive understanding of the residential and affordable housing sectors, having acted as non-executive director of both L&Q Group and Places for People. Cecily sits on the board of 3M Homes Ltd and is a Trustee of the Southwark Charities, which provides almshouses to local residents.

Cecily is a registered solicitor under the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and holds a degree in construction law and arbitration from King's College London and a master's degree in commercial law from the university of Exeter.