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Schroders signals its continued real estate debt ambitions by adding Europa’s credit team; a major M&A deal in the German banking sector closes as LBBW buys Berlin Hyp; Bank of America goes bearish on offices in new research note; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
SEGRO mitigates interest rate risk through a private placement debt issue; Japan’s Mizuho Bank sees potential in UK real estate lending; Cain focuses on location with its latest office financing; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
The threat of double-digit inflation in the UK feeds into industry participants’ concerns; rising cost of debt and the drive towards sustainability are among topics discussed at REC Europe’s London event; Investec’s sentiment survey reveals beds sectors are top of sponsors’ picks for the coming five years; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Former M&G debt boss John Barakat’s new firm launches at a time of strong investor demand; UK retailer John Lewis sees a residential future for three of its sites; property consultancy Savills reports more lenders than ever active in the UK; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Invesco Real Estate opts for an open-end structure for its first European debt fund; UK investor and developer Delancey hires Martin Farinola from Brookfield as it aims to grow its debt business; US lenders grapple with the future of the country’s Class B offices; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Aviva Investors considers a new target after writing £1 billion of sustainable loans; Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies takes the development financing route to logistics; Nuveen plans to lend to emerging managers; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
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