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Institutional investors are grappling with the question of what to do with existing assets amid greater ESG scrutiny during the pandemic.
The firm’s head of European real estate finance explains why the opportunity to finance 10 George Street in London’s Canary Wharf tempted it into its first private rented sector residential loan in Europe.
Green bonds
The head of real estate at the alternative investor explains the rationale behind the €300m green bond financing of one of its portfolio companies.
The pandemic has brought increased focus on the social aspects of ESG strategies in particular, according to the real estate investment manager.
Property debt providers are understandably preoccupied by the pandemic. But it is crucial that progress continues to be made in sustainable finance.
The consultancy used its latest Financing Property presentation to argue the pandemic is putting greater emphasis on sustainability in real estate finance.
Commercial real estate finance industry figures discussed diversity and inclusion at the London event.
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