The election of Donald Trump to the US presidency could have a disruptive effect on capital flows, writes Lauren Parr.
Beijing is attempting to curb capital from leaving the country, but it will still find a home in European real estate, writes Lauren Parr.
Asian investors in European real estate are parking their money in a greater number of sectors and locations. Real Capital Analytics’ Tom Leahy examines the data.
DekaBank’s real estate boss Anni Hönicke tells Daniel Cunningham why the German bank will continue to target large, prime deals, despite Brexit, European elections and Donald Trump.
UK occupiers have tested Dublin for potential Brexit-related relocations, but is there enough financial liquidity to support subsequent real estate market activity? Daniel Cunningham reports.
The small-print on UK real estate loan agreements has widely changed in response to the EU referendum result. Matthew Heaton, Francisca Sepúlveda and Diane Roberts of global law firm Reed Smith explain why and how.
Five years ago, they emerged to provide mezzanine loans. As the market has evolved, so have lenders aiming to provide high-yielding finance, writes Lauren Parr.
Established debt fund managers are expanding as investors continue to choose
exposure to private real estate debt, writes Jane Roberts.
Short-term lending opportunities are expected to persist, although some bridge finance providers are being forced to change strategies, writes Doug Morrison.
Unlike most pension fund lenders, CPP Investment Board aims to take more risk for more return. Daniel Cunningham meets the European private real estate debt team.