The mood at MIPIM, which took place in Cannes this week, was perhaps lifted by the beautiful weather on the French Riviera. After wind and rain subdued the atmosphere at 2016’s gathering, this year’s property fair was bathed in sunshine. It’s tempting to make the weather a metaphor for the tone of the real estate […]
Allianz Real Estate has taken a participation in the senior financing of the CityPoint tower in the City of London, as it continues to build a UK loan book.
Despite the dip, the amount of new debt and equity available for real estate investment globally remains the second-highest on record.
At MIPIM Japan 2016, Asian investors came together to discuss the geographic direction of investment. They predicted a continued increase in outbound investment from Asia Pacific and also a shift to cross-border investment within the region despite slowing transaction volumes in the face of an aggressive real estate pricing environment.
A total of $235 billion of available debt capital is targeted towards global commercial real estate, according to new research unveiled at MIPIM by Cushman & Wakefield.
€1.9 billion of new lending in 2015 brings its book to €4 billion
At MIPIM in Cannes this morning Cushman & Wakefield predicted that global trading volumes will rise 4 percent this year, adding that this base case “could easily be bettered if current global volatility levels stabilise or decline.”

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