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Daniel Cunningham

Daniel Cunningham is the editor of Real Estate Capital, contributing to and coordinating coverage of European real estate finance markets for the title's print and digital channels. Before joining PEI Media in 2015, he reported on commercial property for Debtwire and Estates Gazette.

The investment market is in danger of losing its connection to ‘real life’

The impact of the ECB’s monetary policy reversal, growing caution in the banking sector, and the importance of lending selectively were among the concerns at this year’s EXPO Real.

LaSalle to target €1bn for fourth flagship property debt fund – exclusive

The investment manager’s latest fundraising drive follows the closing of €200m of loans to Blackstone from its third mezzanine debt fund.

DOWNLOAD: The latest CRE lending data

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

Property finance specialists expect stable or moderately increasing debt supply – exclusive

40% of respondents to a survey conducted by online real estate investment platform BrickVest expect availability of finance to remain relatively unchanged.

How CBRE GI structured sharia-compliant finance for its Sports Direct sheds deal

The investment manager was asked to arrange funding which met Islamic banking principles on behalf of a separate account client.

The case for fixed-rate loans

With LIBOR on its way out, European borrowers may be encouraged to opt for property loans with fixed rates of interest.

Banks are buying into innovation

Real estate lenders’ investments in fintech start-ups demonstrate their keenness to catch up with the times.
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The mainstream is widening in real estate

As operational real estate becomes the norm across the property industry, so-called ‘alternative’ assets are no longer on the periphery for investors or lenders.

What we learned from this year’s Top 40 Lenders

Debt providers are exploring new sectors, alternative lenders’ influence is growing, and banks are keen to push their green credentials.
Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2019

Europe’s Top 40 lenders, part 3: the non-bank lenders

Non-banks made up the largest proportion of Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2019, with a total of 18 on the list.

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