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Allianz to add development lending to its debt capabilities – Exclusive

The German insurer is aiming to diversify its property loan book with ‘enhanced’ lending products.

Capital flows: Global money targets Europe

In the first of a three-part series this week, REC examines the capital flooding into the continent and what it means for the sector.

Allianz Real Estate’s growth soars amid debt boom

The Munich-based insurer expanded its loan portfolio by €3.7bn in 2017.

HypoVereinsbank finances Frankfurt skyscraper with $250m loan

The German bank has written the 32% LTV facility, syndicating €100m to ING.

Lenders’ guide to Europe, part 3: Germany is a squeeze for lenders

In the third of our four-part examination of Europe's lending opportunities, the German, Central and Eastern European and Nordic markets are under the microscope.

REC AWARDS 2017: The lenders of the year

The winners revealed across the REC Awards 2017 lender categories.

HSH to be sold to private equity firms

A consortium including Cerberus and JC Flowers will buy the German state-owned bank.

Interview: LBBW’s new property lending boss

Patrick Walcher has taken the helm at LBBW’s restructured property lending business. Daniel Cunningham talks to him about his plans.

WATCH: ING’s Mike Shields on where clients are putting their capital

Mike Shields, who leads ING’s European lending operation, talks with Real Estate Capital about the prospects and trends for 2018.

Vonovia signs €500m refinancing deal

Germany’s largest listed residential landlord has sourced a €500 million loan from German bank Berlin Hyp to refinance portfolios in North Rhine-Westphalia, Bavaria and Rhineland-Palatinate.

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