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Aviva Investors has provided long-term finance to Manchester-based property firm Bruntwood in order to support its regional UK development and investment drive.
Urbanest has secured a £350 million senior loan facility to refinance its five-asset, 2,520-bed central London student accommodation portfolio.
A potential British Exit or so-called 'Brexit' from the EU is one of the key risks that could affect UK real estate returns this year, according to Aviva Investors, the investment arm of UK insurer Aviva.
Aviva Investors’ REaLM Social Housing fund has provided a £44.3m forty-year loan for Genesis Housing Association, secured by a portfolio of 307 homes. The cashflow-based financing is backed by the portfolio’s shared ownership units. The properties, all residential, are located in London and the Home Counties.
Pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank and Unicredit Bank Austria have provided a €120m five-year facility to Lone Star for a Central and Eastern Europe mixed-use portfolio. The two banks are lending €60m each to the US private equity firm for its purchase of assets from Aviva Investors.
Aviva Investors has appointed Ed Casal as chief executive of its global real estate business. He replaces Ian Womack who is retiring. Casal is currently managing director of Aviva Investors' global indirect real estate. He joined Aviva in 2008 and has previously been chief investment officer at the firm’s real estate multi manager.
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