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The Madrid-based manager is aiming to deploy around 60% of its debt fund in small-to-medium sized loans in its home country, with the remainder targeted further afield.
Several big-name investment managers have launched strategies through which they will write loans against European real estate.
Debt providers including Hudson Realty Capital, ACRES Capital, Archway Capital and M360 Advisors have expanded, or are looking at ways to grow, their product offerings.
The German property finance boutique says potential club deals between its two credit funds will enable it to provide higher debt volumes per transaction.
The US real estate investment firm has established a new credit platform with an institutional investor to target European lending opportunities.
Hanno Kowalski, managing partner of the Berlin-based debt provider, says demand for junior loans against core assets means mezzanine lenders, and their investors, are taking less risk.
The Madrid-based mid-market lender aims to invest around a third of the vehicle’s capital in real estate credit opportunities.
The debt fund manager’s head of senior debt said Tristan Capital Partners’ plans to future-proof Reading International Business Park convinced it to back the project.
Ali Otmar of Tristan Capital Partners and Ben Eppley of Apollo Global Management discuss a transaction, which Otmar says required the 'extreme end of flexibility'.
After providing its second shared ownership loan to UK housing provider Heylo Housing, BlackRock’s head of European infrastructure debt says the possibility to facilitate housing security in the country through the financing was a key factor supporting its involvement.
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