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Hotels have the chance of returning to pre-covid performance levels, but only if their capital base is properly restructured now, argues Eric Assimakopoulos, founder of Revetas Capital.
Interest rates
Laura Bretherton of law firm Macfarlanes explains what lenders in the UK need to do to be ready for the end of LIBOR.
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Gifford West of loan sale advisor DebtX argues lenders should begin to shed troubled loans before the problem becomes too big.
Money in real estate
Colliers International’s Robert Campkin says debt secured against tenants’ credit is an attractive option for businesses amid the market uncertainty of covid-19.
Jayne Backett, banking partner with law firm Fieldfisher, says debt providers need to consider the unique risks of financing data centres.
The post-coronavirus landscape will present new challenges for alternative lenders, writes John Cole of Cain International.
It is critical for private real estate equity investors to keep a close eye on what is occurring in the debt capital markets to best understand pricing nowadays, writes Justin Curlow, global head of research & strategy, AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets.
Since March, consultancy CBRE has monitored a set of lender sentiment metrics to gauge the response in the debt market to the covid-19 crisis. Here, Paul Coates, head of debt and structured finance at CBRE Capital Advisors, discusses the findings.
A blue stock market graph on a high resolution LCD screen.
Trimont’s Michael Delaney argues that while the covid-19 crisis dominates the real estate lending market, the transition from LIBOR remains of crucial importance.
Johnny Horgan, the managing director of BidX1, a property trading platform, explains how the rise of a digital marketplace is a value-add to investors and managers.
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