Cain International

Disclaimers & Disclosures


Nothing on this website shall constitute an offer or solicitation to buy or sell securities or provide any financing or investment advice. By accessing this website you acknowledge that certain information contained on this website comes from third party sources and Cain International and its affiliates shall have no liability for any misstatement or omission of fact or any opinion expressed herein based on such sources or any obligation to update. You further agree not to copy, reproduce, or distribute material contained on this website without the written consent of Cain International.


Cain International Advisers Limited, the firm’s asset management and investment advisory division, is an SEC-registered investment adviser and an appointed representative of Langham Hall Fund Management LLP which is authorised and regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.

Assets Under Management (‘AUM’) figures throughout this website are reflective of FX rates as of 31 December 2023. These figures do not reflect Cain International Advisers Limited’s Regulatory Assets Under Management as defined by the SEC in Form ADV Part 1. This figure includes Cain’s Blackbrook Capital strategy investments which include Net Lease, Sale-Leaseback, Build to Suit, and investment and development solutions. Cain merged with Blackbrook Capital on May 1, 2024.

The Total Loans Committed figures throughout this website are as of 31 December 2023. They are inclusive of Cain’s Fortwell Strategy loans and of the entire $750M loan provided for the Aman New York, of which $300M was syndicated as a senior A-Note to a third party and the entire $242M loan provided for the RaDD, of which $50M was syndicated to Stonebriar. FX calculations for these figures are reflective of the date of transaction closings.

Selected investments across this website are intended to provide examples of the types of investments in which Cain International invests across its portfolio. The investments do not represent all investments made by Cain International. There can be no assurance that Cain International will be able to invest in similar opportunities in the future.

GDVs are based on internal valuations.