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Aviva provides £264.5m healthcare loan

Healthcare REIT MedicX has refinanced £233.7m of existing loans from the insurer, while increasing the facility by £30.8m.

Australia’s largest pension fund enters European property lending

AustralianSuper has teamed up with TH Real Estate in a £280m London development financing.

Lessons from Lehman must remain front-of-mind

On the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the real estate debt industry is in better shape, but lenders can never become complacent again.

European property credit conditions in two charts

Borrowers are benefiting from a general shift towards cheaper debt at stable or increasing LTVs, CBRE’s European Debt Map shows.

News in numbers: CMBS yields creep out

Pricing for A-notes in the latest securitisation deals indicates spreads are widening.

How Barclays and the UK government plan to tackle the housing crisis

A new £1bn fund will provide liquidity for smaller builders aiming to get construction projects off the ground.

DOWNLOAD: Life after Lehman

The impact of the global financial crisis for the real estate sector was first shocking, then painful and, finally, educational.

‘Like the end of the world’: How Lehman crashed the real estate lending market

When Lehman Brothers failed, banks’ real estate lending units pulled down the shutters. The implications are still being dealt with a decade later.

Lehman: Real estate’s day of reckoning

A decade after the largest financial bankruptcy in US history, the private real estate industry has been reshaped by tough lessons learnt. In this first of a series of features, we examine the impact of the collapse of Lehman Brothers on global real estate.

Chris Bennett to lead DekaBank’s London branch

The banker will replace Mark Titcomb following his retirement from the banking industry.

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