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10 years since Lehman

WATCH: Did Japan learn its lessons from the GFC?

Robert Johnson, managing director for Asia-Pacific real estate at JPMorgan Global Alternatives, tells our sister publication, PERE, why Japan is in a healthier lending environment today than 10 years ago.

Lessons from Lehman must remain front-of-mind

On the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the real estate debt industry is in better shape, but lenders can never become complacent again.
Asian Office Worker Leaving His Job in Layoff for Recession

DOWNLOAD: Life after Lehman

The impact of the global financial crisis for the real estate sector was first shocking, then painful and, finally, educational.

Luck, judgment and money: What it took to thrive after Lehman

A handful of organisations found they were unencumbered by their pre-crisis dealings, able to recognise bottoming conditions and could access the capital to get investing again. They became the post-crisis winners.

A decade since Lehman: 10 casualties of the crisis

Property markets the world over were hit, but some transactions weighed on events – or were shaped by them – more than most. Real Estate Capital and our sister title PERE pick 10 that had the biggest impact.

‘Like the end of the world’: How Lehman crashed the real estate lending market

When Lehman Brothers failed, banks’ real estate lending units pulled down the shutters. The implications are still being dealt with a decade later.

Lehman: Real estate’s day of reckoning

A decade after the largest financial bankruptcy in US history, the private real estate industry has been reshaped by tough lessons learnt. In this first of a series of features, we examine the impact of the collapse of Lehman Brothers on global real estate.
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