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Debt Fund 25: Who are Europe’s leading debt fund managers?

Our Debt Fund 25 shows how the managers of private real estate capital in Europe have managed to grow their reserves since 2015.

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Debt advisors have become part of the furniture

Before this cycle, there was little need for borrowers in European real estate markets to turn to intermediaries for advice. Now, debt advisors’ expertise is valued by many in the sector.

Why we may see more credit tenant lease financing during this crisis

Colliers International’s Robert Campkin says debt secured against tenants’ credit is an attractive option for businesses amid the market uncertainty of covid-19.

Don’t write offices off just yet

Writing loans against office property is currently difficult. But lenders were already pondering the evolution of the sector before covid made things more complicated.

Why troubled hospitality is not the low-hanging fruit it appears to be

Distressed hotel deals are now visible, but access to many would-be discounted transactions in the sector looks restricted.

Opportunistic capital is waiting in the wings

Debt and equity managers alike are readying themselves to do business in distressed scenarios. But Europe is not delivering too many, for now.

Covid-19 is not a reason for the lending industry to take its eyes off ESG

Property debt providers are understandably preoccupied by the pandemic. But it is crucial that progress continues to be made in sustainable finance.

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The most important UK and Continental European commercial real estate deals collected in our database, updated every Monday.

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“It is imperative that real estate lenders are not forced by their financing sources to meet their borrowers with rigidity during this time of heightened need.”

Tom Barrack, chairman and chief executive of Colony Capital, writing on 22 March, argued that lenders and regulators need to work together to prevent a collapse of the US commercial mortgage market.

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