For more than 20 years, Hudson Advisors has exclusively served Lone Star. Now it is broadening its scope.
Real Estate Capital’s data on the latest UK and continental European real estate lending deals.
The real estate industry has been a slow adopter, but new technology has huge potential, says Andrew Baum of Oxford University's Saïd Business School.
The latest figures compiled by our data team show there are 27 Europe-focused debt funds with known targets above €100m currently fundraising.
Former HSBC real estate boss Matthew Webster has joined the start-up promising an online ‘ecosystem’ for property trading and financing. Daniel Cunningham meets him
Entrepreneurs are harnessing technology to shape the future of the real estate industry.
To move with the times, banks’ real estate units are investing in technology, often in partnership with start-ups.
Technology disrupts, but is real estate keeping pace? In the first of a four-part report on fintech, Lauren Parr discovers online platforms may be only a tiny part of the property finance market, but they are important innovators.
Germany’s HSH Nordbank has been sold to a private equity consortium. Doug Morrison asks what that means for its real estate lending business.
Legal & General Investment Management has hired Lorna Brown from Blackstone to grow its real estate lending business. Alicia Villegas finds out about her plans.
Adding shorter-duration loans to a debt portfolio minimises investors’ exposure to an uncertain future, writes Will Rowson, partner at Hodes Weill.
A loan deal between ING and Gecina is the first to be indexed on its GRESB rating.
The figures that shaped the property finance industry last month.
The specialist lender is targeting double-digit returns in the UK bridge finance market.
Full-year 2017 results show mixed fortunes for Germany’s real estate lenders and most expect a challenging year ahead.
With a year to go before the UK’s EU divorce is finalised, its effect on the property debt market is looking complicated.
There are big plans for the survey formerly known as the De Montfort report. That is good news for transparency in the property debt space.
European property lending offers strong returns, although risk has increased in some markets, the consultancy’s European Debt Map shows.
Senior lenders are aiming to supplement their business with higher-risk financing. It’s a natural progression, but boundaries should not be overstepped.