Recent fundraising success underlines confidence in alternative lenders, say PGIM Real Estate’s global head of private debt strategy and investor solutions, Andrew Radkiewicz, and Andrew Macland, managing director and head of European debt.
Target returns and sustainability goals can both feature in real estate debt strategies, argue BNP Paribas Asset Management’s Christophe Montcerisier and Nicolas Toupin.
Paul Lloyd, co-founder and CEO at Mount Street, talks about the trend towards large-scale servicing mandates and how a challenging 2023 will impact the debt market.
Rising interest rates and sluggish dealflow may be concerns, but there are still notable opportunities in emerging asset classes and energy transition financing, say ING’s Arie Hubers and Pierre Devlaminck.
Small-ticket and mid-market lending have felt the pain of a difficult end to 2022. But when volatility strikes, so does opportunity, say Daniel Austin and Doug King, co-founders of London-based specialist lender ASK Partners.
The role of alternative German real estate lenders is growing as cautious banks scale back, say CAERUS CEO Michael Morgenroth and CIO Peter Anthuber.
Post-covid, occupiers’ demand for best-in-class office buildings is presenting an opportunity for lenders, argues Dan Riches, real estate debt co-head at M&G Investments.
The country’s real estate financing market is much better positioned to weather this economic crisis than the last one, argue the participants in Real Estate Capital Europe’s Spain roundtable.
Welcome to Real Estate Capital Europe’s guide to the small-ticket property lenders active in the market today.
The UK’s small-ticket residential lending market will continue to offer attractive characteristics to institutional investors, despite rising mortgage rates, argues LendInvest’s Omega Poole.