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Intu properties plc (‘intu’) announces that it has exchanged and completed contracts with entities of the Ivanhoé Cambridge Group to acquire Xanadú shopping centre in Madrid, Spain, along with its associated management company and the SnowZone operating company, for a total cash consideration of €530 million, before working capital and other adjustments.

Tony Smedley speaks about the fund's plan to raise new capital to help fund an investment pipeline of around EUR150m.

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