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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.
Real Estate Capital has launched its 2015 awards to recognise the best firms and the stand-out deals of the year across the US and European real estate debt markets.
Lone Star and Cairn Homes have bought a portfolio of Irish real estate loans secured by residential land sites in and around the Dublin area.
German commercial real estate lending margins could come in by 20 basis points to as low as 109 bps by 2016, a poll of lenders in the country predicted.
Value Retail has secured a £425 million refinancing of its Bicester Village outlet shopping centre in Oxfordshire with a syndicate of five banks.
Last month’s damning report by the Bank of England and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on the near implosion of HBOS laid the blame squarely at the door of senior executives and criticised the decision not to pursue prosecutions of at least 10 of the bank’s top-ranking staff.
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank (pbb) has provided a €68 million medium-term loan to Orchid, a joint venture between InfraRed Capital Partners and Générale Continentale Investissements to finance a recent office acquisition in Paris.
ING Real Estate Finance has completed a syndication of the loan it underwrote for Hong Kong-based investor Hui Wing Mau’s acquisition of London’s Christchurch Court, Real Estate Capital can reveal.
US debt fund manager Quadrant Real Estate Advisors has provided a £30.75 million stretch senior development loan.
Fitch has downgraded two classes of notes from the contentious Titan Europe 2006-2 CMBS, which is currently subject to court action by its Class X noteholder.
M7 Real Estate has secured a €31 million senior loan from Berlin Hyp to finance a portfolio of German retail assets. The circa 66 percent loan-to-value facility was provided by the German bank to finance the latest purchase by M7’s first European vehicle, European Real Estate Investment Partners I (M7 EREIP I). The fund bought […]
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