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New BBC chair managed firm that funded controversial property company

Exclusive: Richard Sharp is linked to firm accused of building ‘ghettoes for the vulnerable’

A property company accused of cramming homeless and low-income families into former office blocks has been funded by an investment group managed by the new chair of the BBC.

Richard Sharp was a senior member of RoundShield Partners, which advised and managed a fund that provided a £50m loan to Caridon over the last six years. Sharp resigned from RoundShield last week after the firm was approached by the Guardian.

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