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The US firm says Europe’s real estate lenders have staved off a loan crisis with forbearance. But that forbearance will not continue indefinitely.
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In stark contrast to the US, Europe’s CMBS loans have largely avoided emergency treatment, according to the London-based firm.
The Miami-based firm expects most loans in special servicing to become performing again, largely because of higher credit standards post-GFC.
The world’s largest CMBS servicer says its actual special servicing activity during the covid-19 crisis is more than what the numbers show.
These debt handlers are front-and-center of the real estate distress unfolding during the covid-19 crisis.
Although diversity in Europe’s real estate debt industry is difficult to quantify, data on the wider property industry show there is a long way to go.
Amy Klein Aznar | Diversity in real estate debt | Real Estate Capital
LaSalle’s Amy Klein Aznar says company culture is crucial when it comes to increasing diversity.
Ghada Sousou | Diversity in real estate debt | Real Estate Capital
Executive search specialist Ghada Sousou believes companies need to create diverse cultures to attract diverse workforces.
Nassar Hussain| Diversity in real estate debt | Real Estate Capital
Brookland's Nassar Hussain says a focus on socioeconomic background is essential to promoting diversity.
Emma Huepfl | Diversity in real estate debt | Real Estate Capital
Emma Huepfl, chair of CREFC Europe, says the industry can learn from people’s lived experiences.
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