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Entrants have until 5pm, UK time, on Friday 13 November to pitch for inclusion in our awards shortlists.
The pandemic is accelerating the growth of non-bank lenders in Europe’s mid-sized loan market, argue panellists at CREFC Europe’s autumn conference.
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Gifford West of loan sale advisor DebtX argues lenders should begin to shed troubled loans before the problem becomes too big.
Loan distress is brewing, banks are playing it safe and alternative lenders are aiming to make gains in the market.
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Europe’s real estate debt providers have become more selective about what they are prepared to lend against.
The report, authored by the business school formerly known as Cass, reveals new UK lending dropped 34% to £15.5bn in H1 2020.
Speaking ahead of the publication of its H1 2020 report, Nicole Lux of The Business School at City, University of London says lenders have focused on the residential sector.
The pandemic has had a huge impact on how debt providers set prices, with different types of lenders facing different pressures.
Refinancing challenges in Europe’s property debt market could lead to more direct real estate sales in the coming 18-24 months, the consultant says.
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If you believe your organisation should feature in our annual list of those that are having the greatest impact on European property lending markets, we want to hear from you by 9 October.
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