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Octopus makes hire in drive to boost third-party capital

The specialist lender has hired former real estate banker Matthew Pritchard as it aims to expand its sources of capital.

Helaba finances Korean investors’ Paris purchase

The German bank has backed a consortium led by Hyundai Investment Asset Management.

PGIM REF makes Dutch residential debut with €78.5m loan

The seven-year debt facility, provided by the US lender alongside ABN Amro to Orange Capital Partners, has a LTV ratio of around 58%.

News in numbers: Lenders a-plenty

The figures that shaped the property finance industry from mid-May to mid-June.

Deka capitalises on renewed Korean interest in London

The German bank’s £205m loan to Mirae demonstrates the opportunity for European lenders to back South Korean investors.

Italy’s affair with populism spooks lenders

Political turmoil has caused unease in the commercial real estate sector, although some are still prepared to lend in the country.

Wells Fargo backs WELPUT with £140m refinancing – Exclusive

The US-headquartered bank has provided a seven-year facility split between a £50m term loan and a £90m revolving credit facility.

BREDS finances Henderson Park’s London office debut

The real estate fund management firm has sourced a facility financing 65% of the cost of the acquisition plus a capex loan.

AEW and Ostrum debt vehicle set for €549m final close – Exclusive

The pair’s Senior European Loan Fund II is 80% invested, with full deployment targeted for September.

Savills: Lenders may cap leverage when the UK’s refinancing need is at its greatest

The consultancy’s valuations directors warn that a correction in property values could temper lenders’ risk appetite.

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