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Charlotte D'Souza

With the country set to elect a new governing party for the first time in 14 years, industry executives consider the implications.
The Southern Europe-focused manager took just five months to reach a final close for the fund, well below the European average.
Night Map of United Kingdom with City Lights Illumination. 3D render
The UK and South African bank is raising capital from investors to acquire real estate assets on a deal-by-deal basis.
A view of the Palais and Croisette, Cannes, MIPIM 2024
Options for alternative lenders to capitalise on the opportunity in real estate debt are taking longer than expected to manifest in Europe.
The industry body has urged the European Commission to consider a new labelling system akin to UK FCA's proposal for the SDR.
The concentration of bond financing issued by the country’s REITs makes it a target for potential acquisitions in the coming months.
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Historical trading activity and higher-than-average investor allocations have brewed a 'perfect storm' in the country's real estate market.
Banks remain a major part of Europe’s refinancing picture, but insurers are also becoming more active.
Despite a risk-off environment, lenders are ‘having to get their heads around’ operational deals given the uptick in activity in the space.

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