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Bain Capital’s move to launch a dedicated European real estate credit strategy demonstrates the appeal of the asset class; Quintain secures a major refinancing amid tough market conditions; Cromwell’s latest loan shows sustainability is playing a growing role in property loans; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Vltava river and old city center from Letna park, Prague, Czechia. Vltava river and Charles bridge, Prague, Czechia.
CPI Property Group takes on a €635 million bridge loan amid a deleveraging drive; Bain Capital increases its exposure to Greece’s non-performing loans market; CBRE makes a living sectors capital markets hire from rival JLL; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
AEW’s latest forecast reveals a €93 billion refinancing shortfall for key European markets; Arrow Global doubles down on property lending with its full purchase of Maslow Capital; Aareal closes latest hotel deal in Copenhagen; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
German banks’ results hint at the challenges real estate markets are presenting for them; Spanish banks are reported to be preparing to sell non-performing loans; Evergrande’s Chapter 15 bankruptcy filing provides a reminder of China’s ailing economy; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
WeWork’s Q2 earnings call provides a concerning update; Italian credit specialist Prelios to be sold; Patrizia sources a major office refinancing in Frankfurt; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Vonovia reports €2.7 billion in asset value declines despite rental business growth; Patrizia sets sights on a €300 million fundraise for its second credit investment vehicle; Precede's Daljit Sandhu steps down as chief operating officer; Scope Ratings warns of further pressure ahead for property companies; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
US flag flies in front of the US Capitol in Washington DC with cash behind the dome to illustrate coronavirus stimulus payment
US bank lenders will face stricter capital requirements with proposed regulatory changes.
A short supply of purpose-built student accommodation in the country is driving appetite.
No stress ahead for European banks, says the ECB; the US Federal Reserve seeks tighter rules on banks' capital requirements; Standard Chartered finances acquisition of City of London office; Aareal Bank issues meaty loan in the UK's student accommodation sector; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Starwood’s US office default adds another high-profile name to those that have not met debt deadlines this year; Goldman Sachs reveals real estate write-downs across its portfolio; a conclusion to the Evergrande saga appears closer; and more in today's briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
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