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Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2020
In the third part of our annual list of Europe's leading property lenders, we look at the alternative debt providers that made gains in 2020.
Working late
Covid-19 forced financing volumes down sharply, but our annual lender list shows that activity continued despite the pandemic.
Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2020
In the second part of our annual list of Europe's leading property lenders, we continue our rundown of the banks that carried on lending despite covid-19.
Europe's Top 40 Lenders 2020
Starting today, Real Estate Capital reveals the organisations that have made our annual list of those most actively providing finance to European property markets. Here, we start with the banks.
Property debt providers remain circumspect about market prospects.
Real estate lenders are greeting the covid vaccine breakthrough with characteristic caution. But it is tempting to consider more favourable financing conditions in 2021.
Interest rates
Laura Bretherton of law firm Macfarlanes explains what lenders in the UK need to do to be ready for the end of LIBOR.
Entrants have until 5pm, UK time, on Friday 13 November to pitch for inclusion in our awards shortlists.
By backing construction schemes, debt providers are carefully considering future demand for real estate, delegates at CREFC Europe’s conference heard last week.
Loan distress is brewing, banks are playing it safe and alternative lenders are aiming to make gains in the market.
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