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The significant drop in the volume of syndicated loans in the first half of 2017 stands in contrast to increased property investment figures.
Syndicated commercial real estate lending volumes in the EMEA region were down by almost 40 percent year-on-year in 2016, reflecting reduced deal-flow across the European property markets, the latest figures published by financial data provider Dealogic show.
The European syndicated real estate loan market had its weakest first half of a year since 2013 during H1 2016, according to new figures compiled by financial data provider Dealogic.
ING and JP Morgan have been ranked as the most active banks in the syndicated European real estate loan market during 2015 by financial information provider Dealogic.
Syndicated real estate loan volumes jumped by almost a third to €27.6bn for the first half of 2015 compared to the same period last year, according to Dealogic. In its second survey of the EMEA real estate loan syndication market since the global financial crisis, Dealogic reported that the number of deals was also up - to 75 for 1H 2015 compared to 71 for 1H 2014. The survey canvassed 26 lenders.

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