Palace Capital has published strong FY17 results, with rental income of £14.3m feeding through to adjusted EPRA earnings of 22.2p per share (FY16: 18.9p). EPRA NAV of 443p per share was 3.5% ahead of our forecast (431p) and 7% higher than at 31 March 2016 (414p), driven by asset management initiatives, selective disposals at above book value and modest yield contraction. The regional occupier market is reported to be healthy and we continue to expect Palace’s geographic and sector focus, as well as the relatively high yields on the portfolio, to provide some protection from macroeconomic headwinds, including the effects of Brexit, when compared with property in London.

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