The question of how best to regulate real estate banking has hung over the industry since the global financial crisis. Although bankers tend to view regulation as red tape, most in property lending – publicly at least – acknowledge the need for reform, given its role in the 2008 crash.

In this special report, we examine how regulation is shaping property lending in the wake of the financial crisis.

The report includes:

  • Decade of regulation: How regulators have shaped real estate finance since the global financial crisis
  • Basel IV arrives: What the landmark banking accord means for real estate banks
  • Staying solvent: Industry players pitch form leniency on insurers’ CMBS treatment
  • Farewell to Libor: The real estate industry deals with the complexity of replacing its pricing benchmark
  • Light touch: Alternative real estate lenders still operate in a soft regulatory environment compared to banks

Visit our download library, where you’ll find a number of Real Estate Capital reports on the key issues affecting the industry.


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