Incolink fund to step into the breach as banks play hardball.

THE newly launched Incolink Mezzanine Fund, based in Melbourne, expects to soon begin placing debt in development projects with an end value of up to $200 million.

Brae Sokolski, director of Maximum Capital, the manager of the Incolink Mezzanine Fund, said the projects were in residential and commercial sectors.

The fund is a joint venture between Maximum and Incolink.

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