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The German bank says energy efficiency was a key reason to finance Brunswick and Pictet’s Swedish data centre acquisition.
Market disruption caused by the pandemic will create value-add and opportunistic investment opportunities in the two sectors, according to the Swiss investment bank.
Real estate market participants expect more investment in alternative property types, repurposing to become more prevalent and sustainability to be prioritised in 2021.
Investment manager DWS predicts real estate debt will offer investors attractive risk-adjusted returns going forward.
Rating agency Moody’s predicts next year’s European CMBS issuance will have greater exposure to assets including multifamily residential and specialised properties.
The UK-based purpose-built student accommodation lender says the pandemic will have just a temporary impact on the sector’s prospects.
Strong investor demand and less stringent national lockdown measures have supported the country’s real estate sector, says the Stockholm-based firm’s debt boss, Pontus Sundin.
The London-based firm plans to introduce a new real estate lending strategy that will target Europe with a keener focus on sustainability.
In the final part of our annual list of Europe's leading property lenders, we continue to look at the alternative debt providers that made their mark in 2020.
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