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Among the key trends highlighted in the past 10 days, lenders to UK real estate are left to ponder their borrowers’ plight following an extension to the ban on tenant evictions.
Ross Davies talks to the CFO with the Prague-based industrial and logistics real estate company about sourcing debt in central and eastern Europe.
European commercial real estate investment activity was subdued in the first half of 2019. CBRE data show overall volumes were down 19 percent in H1 2019, year-on-year, to €120 billion. However, debt markets remained relatively active, with refinancing deals supplementing acquisition financing transactions. CBRE’s European Debt Map for Q2 2019 showed that in nine out […]
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The private equity firm’s property lending business has backed Värde Partners’ new hotel brand.
Retail specialist sees more attractive secured financing costs as it refinances debt used for the acquisition of Poland’s Wars Sawa Junior retail complex.
Helaba and pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank have backed a portfolio owned by Globalworth.
The US-based financial firm is planning a summer launch for vehicles focused on Central and Eastern Europe and the US.
In the third of our four-part examination of Europe's lending opportunities, the German, Central and Eastern European and Nordic markets are under the microscope.
Its populist government is a cause for concern, but real estate market fundamentals make the country worthy of consideration.
Against a backdrop of rising consumer spending in Poland, UK bank HSBC has financed the €1 billion acquisition by a consortium of investors of a retail portfolio in the country.

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