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Loans coming to maturity in the next two years will be hard hit by interest rate rises and decreasing loan-to-values, respondents said.
Parliament
The UK’s economic course under prime minister Liz Truss is uncertain at a time of significant headwinds.
Debt providers hope new UK premier Liz Truss’s plan to tackle energy price hikes protects occupiers. 
Logistics giant locks in financing despite volatile times for European bond markets.
Sailmakers
The bank partnered with an institutional investor to refinance a London asset for a Greystar-led joint venture.
The transition has been largely hassle-free because much of the work was completed behind the scenes and in staggered stages.
The impact from the war in Ukraine could still disrupt the commercial real estate debt in several ways.
The CMBS market saw record issuance in the first two months of the year.
Market participants say the volatility seen in financial markets is only dealing glancing blows to the US CMBS market.
Conduit deals accounted for just 19% of private label issuance in 2021, down from 45% in 2020 and 81% a decade ago.
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