Hi all, haven't posted for a long time but have been lurking for many years. I have a question about non-traditional investment funding that I'm wondering if anyone can shed any light on. We have a unique opportunity to make an investment in a commercial property investment trust of very high quality. Strong returns (approx 10% per annum) are expected. However, the investment would be structured via a unit trust, with a unit certificate issued to all stakeholders. Our bank does not see the unit certificate as a useful security. So, what I'm wondering is, in a situation where we are already pretty highly leveraged, how best to borrow to fund such an investment? Do we go to our bank and ask for the best unsecured finance deal we can get? Or, are there banks that will lend to unit holders under this sort of scenario? We would rather not use cash for the investment. Some limited searching around the place has suggested that St George might be good at this sort of thing, but I'd appreciate any thoughts from anyone with some experience in this area.