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MaxCap Group, the Australian commercial real estate (CRE) debt investment manager, has made two new hires after raising A$310 million (£157 million) in 17 deals since the beginning of the year - triple the amount raised in the same period last year.
Our inaugural survey of the leading Asian lenders in Europe reflects a growing pool of organisations led by established Japanese banks and relatively new Chinese lenders but also including a growing number of niche operators. Paul Yandall reports.
Quadrant Real Estate Advisors’ head of operations in Australia and one of its founding members, Michael Wood, has resigned.
The Bank of Japan’s surprise move into negative interest rates gave property stocks a shot in the arm, but has it turned out to be a short-lived rush? Paul Yandall reports.
While Asia’s disparate markets offer investors a variety of real estate opportunities, one theme slices through when it comes to lending: local banks are still the first choice for debt.
Cain Hoy's Jonathan Goldstein and John Cole have overseen a spate of deals, both debt and equity
Claim for unpaid interest may have serious implications for other deals, writes Paul Yandall Investors in the troubled Titan Europe CMBS conduit could be hit hard if the Class X noteholder succeeds in its legal action to recover payments it believes it is entitled to. Credit Suisse Asset Management, the Class X noteholder in the […]
Investors in Southern Europe see opportunities but say except for vanilla deals, debt remains scarce
PERE Research and Analytics, which has expanded its monitoring, shows 112 debt funds in the market this month seeking $44.5bn, of which $17.4bn is being sought in Europe and $14.5bn in the Americas. Global funds, including new entrant Blackstone, fund-raising for its BREDS III fund, are seeking £7.5bn. CLICK HERE to see October funds in […]
• The largest UK loan during the period was a £500m facility for logistics specialist Tritax Big Box REIT to refinance a UK portfolio. Barclays,Helaba, Wells Fargo and ING Real Estate Finance provided a five-year loan, initially at 140bps above three-month Libor. When fully drawn, the loan will cut Tritax’s average debt margin from 177bps […]