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Inflation hedging depends on the ability to grow rents and, in turn income, says Brad Gries, co-head and co-CIO, Americas at LaSalle Investment Management.
Erfurt, Germany
Gifford West of non-performing loan advisory firm Alpine Tremont says the pandemic’s impact on consumer behaviour means a wave of real estate loan defaults is inevitable.
Private and listed equity, private and listed debt, green bonds – all investment instruments have a critical role in achieving a positive sustainable impact, says Old Mutual Alternative Investments’ head of ESG, Dean Alborough.
Nancy Lashine and John Sweeney, managing partners at capital advisory firm Park Madison Partners, discuss why inflation will be a friend to bricks and mortar, and other reasons for increased institutional allocations next year.
Lisa Attenborough of consultant Knight Frank says momentum in the sustainable real estate financing market is building.
City of London
Iain Balkwill from law firm Reed Smith says collateralised loan obligations offer alternative lenders a strong source of funding.
Data
Robert Pike of loan servicer Trimont says there is a growing need for debt providers to gather and use data to navigate the market’s challenges.
Apartments
Randeesh Sandhu, co-founder of alternative lender Précis Capital Partners, says residential-based operational properties are emerging from the covid crisis as strong sectors.
Iryna Pylypchuk, research specialist at industry body INREV, says demand for real estate credit shows no signs of slowing.
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