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A major data centres debt deal shows the burgeoning asset class suits infrastructure lenders as well as real estate financiers; German banks demonstrate demand for prime financing deals with the backing of a Hamburg asset; Savills suggests some lenders are prioritising financing volume over return; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Blackstone is reportedly poised to buy property loans from a German bank in what could prove to be a landmark transaction; Goldman Sachs Alternatives raises $7 billion as it readies for the lending opportunity; Arrow Global makes headway in Spain with a platform acquisition; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
The Southern Europe-focused manager took just five months to reach a final close for the fund, well below the European average.
A trend of institutional investors elevating credit-focused executives is a natural and predictable mirror of what is happening with managers.
Data centre
A pioneering data centres securitisation demonstrates a broadening of financing options for the growing asset class; Blackstone kicks off the UK’s 2024 CMBS market with an ‘industrial outdoor storage’ deal; Canary Wharf Group secures fresh financing across its London estate; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Morgan Stanley’s commitment to Canary Wharf boosts securitisation refinancing prospects, says Fitch; Richard Croft’s Martley aims to provide gap funding after raising lending capital; latest speech hints the Bank of England has an eye on how banks and non-banks interact; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Livio Stracca at PERE Network Europe
A senior representative of the European Central Bank sounds a note of calm about banks’ real estate exposure at the PERE Network Europe Forum; PIMCO Prime Real Estate CEO François Trausch explains why debt is on managers’ minds; Blackstone’s Italian loan extension plan demonstrates the work some borrowers face to meet debt obligations; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Draft valuations for a Paris asset financed via Europe’s first ‘green’ CMBS hint at the extent of the problems facing the office sector; Barclays real estate specialist Jess Tomlinson takes the top property job at UK competitor Lloyds; industry bodies urge the European Central Bank to engage in dialogue for a better understanding of the challenges facing real estate markets; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
UK bank Lloyds is in the frame to provide a major loan as part of a prime shopping centre recapitalisation plan; French firm Nexity sells its real estate management business as it pays down its debts; rating agency Fitch highlights contagion risk from commercial real estate losses, led by offices; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
The European Central Bank's reiterated concerns about commercial real estate are echoed by the Bank of England; Grosvenor goes on the communication offensive about its expanded UK residential debt plans; Investec declares it is more than a lender with the launch of an equity side strategy; CBRE Investment Management generates mega-refinancing deal for London's Battersea Power station with the asset's construction lenders; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
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