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Dutch banks ABN Amro and Rabobank have provided a €180 million loan for a development project in Amsterdam’s central waterfront area on the north bank of the River IJ.
Amsterdam-based fund manager Amvest has refinanced its Dutch residential property fund with a €700 million facility provided by three banks.
ABN Amro has structured a circa €460 million refinancing for Round Hill Capital’s Dutch residential portfolio in the largest transaction of its kind in the Netherlands. The five-year facility, arranged and distributed by the bank as a private placing, covers 7,000 of Round Hill’s 9,000-strong portfolio of Dutch residential units.
Dutch bank ABN AMRO has promoted Brian McGirr to head of debt solutions in Asia and announced two other appointments in the team.
CBRE Global Investors’ Dutch Residential Fund has signed a new €100 million revolving credit facility at a sub 150 basis points margin with Dutch banks ING and ABN Amro.
ING Real Estate Finance and ABN Amro have provided a €240m, five-year loan to Dutch real estate manager Merin to refinance its portfolio of office and industrial assets. The two Dutch lenders are supplying €120m each to Merin, which has a portfolio of 175 assets spread across the Netherlands.
European carpark operator Q-Park has signed a €925m credit facility with a syndicate of five banks. The new loan refinances an existing €1.15bn facility which would have matured in October 2016. The company has been reducing its total leverage and its average effective interest, which was 4.9%. Its debt is secured on property valued at around €1.4bn.
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