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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.

DOWNLOAD: Life after Lehman

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

‘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.

Chris Bennett to lead DekaBank’s London branch

The banker will replace Mark Titcomb following his retirement from the banking industry.

Lloyds refinances 38 loans in one deal

The bank has provided £230m of debt to back US REIT Global Net Lease’s entire UK office portfolio.

Deutsche Bank makes changes at the top of real estate division

Roman Kogan will relocate to New York to manage the US loan origination desk while Dino Paparelli will move to London to become head of European property finance.

Apollo sources €800m logistics financing

Aareal Bank has financed a pan-European portfolio in the latest large financing deal in the sector.

Aareal banks on North America for new lending growth

The German bank recorded €4.2bn of new real estate lending in the first half of 2018.

Brexit caution drives down pbb’s UK lending

The German bank has posted an overall 24% year-on-year drop in new business as it maintains a ‘selective stance’ in financing markets.

Lloyds provides ‘war chest’ for UK industrial developer

The bank has written a £61m debt facility for Chancerygate.

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