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We predict debt capital to shift towards alternative sectors, lenders to tackle distressed situations and banks to make strategic divestments.
The most important UK and Continental European commercial real estate deals collected in our database, updated every Monday.
In the second of a two-part review of 2020, we examine how real estate lenders continued to do business, and raise fresh capital, amid the uncertainty created by covid-19.
In the first of a two-part review of 2020, we examine how the pandemic brought the European property sector to a near-halt.
Real Estate Capital’s 10 most-read articles this year show a sector contending with the pandemic but continuing to function.
The London-based subsidiary of the Israeli international bank provided a £33m loan to back the redevelopment of the iconic racing circuit.
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.
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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