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UBS' real estate and private markets business analyses the areas of private real estate that will bear the biggest short-term impacts of a world under lockdown.
Coronavirus is private RE debt’s 'first true test'
Disciplined lending throughout the cycle should stand the non-bank lending space in good stead, according to Simon Wallace.
The sector has seen one of the sharpest drops in performance since the outbreak, according to data unveiled at a Cushman & Wakefield webinar.
Why coronavirus-stricken Italian real estate is not fearing the worst
Industry professionals in the quarantined country insist no one is panicking yet – both because of strong fundamentals and the hope the lockdown is short-lived.
How the coronavirus threatens real estate finance
The covid-19 pandemic represents uncharted territory for Europe’s commercial property lenders.
Lower-for-longer conditions are driving capital into property markets. But persistently low interest rates are also a concern for real estate investors and lenders.
The European asset manager’s real assets, structured finance and hedge fund businesses will combine to form the new entity.
The Munich-based insurance powerhouse is moving its Allianz Real Estate platform into its PIMCO asset management business.
Lending organisations have become more focused on retaining property debt specialists, according to a recent compensation survey compiled exclusively for Real Estate Capital by executive search firm Sousou Partners.
The real estate loans market is starting to embrace to move towards SONIA, but questions remain around its implementation.
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