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Debt providers are exploring continental Europe to grow their loan books

Non-bank lenders' growing interest in continental Europe has coincided with a drop in investment in the UK.

Pbb grows US business as Brexit prompts it to remain selective in the UK

The German bank increased new lending in North America by 41% year-on-year in H1 2019.
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Lenders learn to love alternative real estate

Investment in Europe’s non-mainstream property sectors leapt last year, and debt providers are increasingly willing to provide finance.
Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2019

Europe’s Top 40 lenders, part 3: the non-bank lenders

Non-banks made up the largest proportion of Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2019, with a total of 18 on the list.
Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2019

Europe’s Top 40 Lenders 2019, part 2: the other European and North American banks

In the second of three instalments, Real Estate Capital highlights the other European and North American banks most actively providing finance to Europe's real estate markets.
Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2019

Europe’s Top 40 Lenders 2019, part 1: the UK and German banks

In the first of three instalments, Real Estate Capital highlights the UK and German banks most actively providing finance to Europe's real estate markets.

Greece is back on real estate investors’ menus

Almost a decade after the country required a bailout from the IMF and EU, institutional interest in Greek real estate is on the up.
CREFC Q3 survey

Sentiment survey: slightly improved industry mood

CREFC Europe’s latest quarterly survey of market sentiment highlights uncertain market conditions but responses in some areas were slightly more positive than in the previous three months.
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JCRA: Lenders have higher appetite for leverage

The debt advisor saw a trend towards higher LTV loans in the 12 months to June, according to its latest UK real estate report.
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Distressed debt’s appeal surges amid market uncertainty

Bain Capital is the latest manager to target non-performing real estate loans, a strategy that has been attractive to institutional investors.
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