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Through the new partnership, the organisations have already closed two deals, including the £251m financing of a residential development in London’s Nine Elms.
The real estate investment arm of Prudential attracted first-time limited partners to the fund partly on strong past performance.
The platform initially enjoyed a boost from being active at a time when overall lending was down.
The New York firm has raised the largest dedicated US real estate debt vehicle since the beginning of the pandemic.
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Iain Balkwill from law firm Reed Smith says collateralised loan obligations offer alternative lenders a strong source of funding.
The refinancing of a portfolio of prime assets in France and Belgium demonstrates the lender’s belief in parts of the retail market, argues its head of European debt, Roland Fuchs.
The funding line is part of a wider ‘strategic partnership’ through which Linus will aim to expand its real estate lending into new European territories.
David Arzi
David Arzi, CEO of the mid-market European lender, explains why it was behind Europe's first post-crisis CRE CLO.
In the final part of our annual list of Europe's leading property lenders, we continue to look at the alternative debt providers that made their mark in 2021.

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