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The real estate loans market is starting to embrace to move towards SONIA, but questions remain around its implementation.
With interest rates set to stay lower for longer and bond yields in many European countries in negative territory, debt for real estate is expected to remain plentiful in 2020 – albeit with important conditions, according to industry leaders. More than half of the 905 respondents to Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Europe 2020, the […]
While the prevailing view is that real estate retains its appeal over other asset classes, the annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe forecast, published by PwC and the Urban Land Institute, shows investors adapting to the challenges of a ‘tough’ market.
While the prevailing view is that real estate retains its appeal over other asset classes, the annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe forecast, published by PwC and the Urban Land Institute, shows investors adapting to the challenges of a ‘tough’ market.
When Lehman Brothers failed, banks’ real estate lending units pulled down the shutters. The implications are still being dealt with a decade later.
With almost $8bn raised worldwide for private real estate debt strategies in Q1 2018, investor interest shows no signs of waning.
Germany’s HSH Nordbank has been sold to a private equity consortium. Doug Morrison asks what that means for its real estate lending business.
How will the real estate lending industry deal with the phasing out of its pricing benchmark?
After years of negotiation, the shape of the Basel Committee’s landmark banking regulation has emerged from the mist.
The European property industry remains cautious but positive on the coming year, bolstered by an improving macroeconomic outlook for the eurozone and real estate’s continued attractiveness as an asset class, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2018 survey.
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