Colmore Capital is a privately owned property company founded by David Corridan and Martin Fitzpatrick to invest in real estate throughout the UK with a focus on the Midlands.
Through its broad sourcing network, Colmore Capital seeks opportunities requiring a hands-on and diligent approach, off the radar of most institutional investors.
Colmore Capital invests its own funds alongside established joint venture partners to acquire assets across all real estate sectors; seeking to add value through active asset management, redevelopment and change of use.
Colmore Capital applies cross-sector knowledge, rigorous analysis and a disciplined investment philosophy to deliver outsized returns.
David began his real estate career in 2005 working with a Midlands based development company before joining BNP Paribas Real Estate in London. In 2012 David joined Revcap, a pan-European real estate private equity fund, where he was most recently an Associate Partner and was involved in more than £300m of transactions. David has experience across various asset classes including office, retail, industrial, residential, automotive, hotels, student housing, PRS and data centres.
David is both a CFA Charterholder and a qualified Chartered Surveyor as well as a member of the IPF. David also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Maths and Management from the University of Nottingham and a Master’s Degree in Real Estate Investment and Finance from the University of Reading.
In his spare time David tries his best to keep his ailing body on the rugby pitch, plays an agricultural form of golf and enjoys more than his fair share of tartiflettes in the Alps.
Martin began his career in 1988 as a trainee surveyor at the long since departed London firm of Edward Erdman. He subsequently returned to Birmingham where he worked as a commercial agent before setting up his own practice. Inevitably, the pull of development proved too strong and Martin set up his own company in the mid-1990s.
Over the last two decades Martin has been involved in a diverse range of property transactions from pioneering the residential redevelopment of Birmingham city centre in the mid to late 1990s, through to the refurbishment of a telephone exchange for 600 students and a prison for West Midlands Police Force.
When not working Martin likes to fly in the face of the traditional property stereotype and enjoys playing golf, skiing and going to Twickenham with the family.