|Traded as||LSE: QED|
|Key people||William Rucker, Chairman
Maxwell James, CEO
|Revenue||£20.2 million gross rental income at 31 March 2011|
|Operating income||£20.2 million (2011)|
|Net income||£20.2 million (2011)|
Quintain plc is a British-based property investment and development business, which operates through Urban Regeneration, focussed on schemes in Wembley City and Greenwich Peninsula, and Asset Management, a constituent of the FTSE SmallCap Index with headquarters in London.
The business was founded by Adrian Wyatt and Christopher Walls in 1992, and first listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1996. It acquired Fiscal Properties plc and Croydon Land & Estates Limited in 1997, English & Overseas Properties plc and Chesterfield Properties Limited in 1999, and Wembley (London) Limited, owners of the land around the stadium in Wembley, north London, in 2002. Later in 2002 it entered into a contract with the Government to develop Greenwich Peninsula.
In February 2012 the company acquired Grafton Advisers, a property management business focused on West End commercial assets, which took the level of assets under management to £2.3bn.
Adrian Wyatt handed over to Maxwell James as CEO in May 2012.
At Wembley 500 homes were built and occupied, and Wembley Arena was renovated and re-opened. A 661-bedroom student scheme and 381-bedroom Hilton Hotel were built. The London Designer Outlet (LDO) opened in autumn 2013.
Quintain Asset Management comprises four sections:
- Quercus, focused on long term healthcare predominantly for the elderly
- Quantum, the science park fund
- iQ, owning and managing purpose built student accommodation schemes
- Grafton, operating predominantly in West End of London commercial property
- Quintain founder Adrian Wyatt steps down, Building, 24 May 2012
- Quintain signs on for Wembley land
- Lehmans bet lands tycoon in high court, The Observer, 24 May 2009
- Spotlight On... Adrian Wyatt, Quintain founder and chief executive, Independent, 25 May 2012