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Since mid-2018, the German insurer has deployed €1.5bn of debt through its Luxembourg platform.
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While traditional lenders dominate the market, debt funds can find opportunities in the development and mezzanine space.
The real estate investment group of the German insurer saw its RE debt assets under management drop from €19.3bn in 2018 to €18.9bn in H1 2019.
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The Italian insurance giant has launched its first property credit vehicle and is aiming to build a €3bn loan book within three years. Nunzio Laurenziello, who is leading the strategy, tells us why.
Insurance companies like the Italian giant are capitalising on institutional demand for real estate lending strategies.
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Alternative asset classes with an operational nature help to build resilience amid uncertainty, Gregor Bamert, the firm's head of real estate finance, tells Real Estate Capital.
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Our annual list of debt providers having the greatest impact on European property markets will be published in September. Here’s a taste of it.
The Italian insurer is planning to open the platform to third-party investors and raise an additional €500m over the next two years.
The French asset manager will provide development loans and enter new country markets through its third senior real estate lending vehicle, for which it is aiming to raise €400m.
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An increase in lending activity, a retreat by the German banks and a drop in residential development finance are among the key trends highlighted by the business school’s latest report on UK property lending.
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