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.
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.
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.
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.