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UBS Asset Management’s David Hirst (pictured), chairman of the sustainability workgroup within Real Estate & Private Markets, comments on sustainability in real estate debt.
Fragmentation is not a bad thing when it comes to the provision of real estate debt in today’s market, Richard Dakin, managing director at CBRE Capital Advisors (pictured), comments.
The UK student accommodation sector is facing headwinds, writes Hayley Scott of Investec Structured Property Finance.
A decade since the last peak and crash, the real estate banking sector is better positioned for the inevitable correction, writes Simon Marshall, head of UK commercial property finance at Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW).
As part of Real Estate Capital's 10th anniversary retrospective, Tom Leahy of Real Capital Analytics examines how the European commercial real estate market has changed in the last decade.
Debt fund capital raised in the first nine months of 2017 surpasses last year’s total, Real Estate Capital data show.
In the third of three installments, Real Estate Capital highlights the alternative lenders most actively providing finance to Europe's real estate markets.
In the second of three installments, Real Estate Capital examines the leading lenders in Europe today.
A raft of lending organisations are keen to provide finance to Europe's real estate investors. In the first of three installments, we examine the UK and German banks which made the list of Europe's top lenders.
Real Estate Capital profiles debt advisory firms active across Europe. By Lauren Parr, Doug Morrison and Alicia Villegas

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