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Two of Germany’s major property lenders, pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank and Berlin Hyp, make public their measures to promote sustainability; Henderson Park, with finance from Apollo, takes a bet on the UK and Ireland hospitality recovery; the latest Bayes report shows lenders in the UK made up for a slow 2020 during the first half of 2021; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Loans originated by Starz Real Estate are to be securitised in Europe’s first post-crisis CRE CLO; Missed debt payments at two Chinese development firms spark fears of a spread of the Evergrande crisis; France’s SCOR Investment Partners says sustainability is crucial to delivering for investors in its €629 million latest debt fund; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
A potential collapse of China’s Evergrande is expected to have worldwide ramifications among lenders; Investec’s financing of a modular construction scheme in the UK provides a vote of confidence in the modern building method; Allianz deploys £240 million in the competitive logistics market by lending against BentallGreenOak’s development drive; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
SEGRO's green bond highlights investor demand for sustainable property debt instruments; Blackstone's fresh push into UK life sciences signals more financing possibilities ahead; M&G backs an Irish development lending programme to target an undersupplied market; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Goldman Sachs’ backing of an Irish lending drive signals institutional capital’s interest in residential; Credit Suisse Asset Management joins financial institutions aiming to build rental housing portfolios; Nuveen’s Christian Janssen explains why the company’s third UK lending strategy is targeting a market ‘sweet spot’; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
NatWest's sale of a portfolio of UK shopping centre loans proves interest in retail; Debt newcomer Tristan Capital Partners provides its first loan; Cain International provides £109 million to support the development of a London office scheme; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
BlackRock discusses how inflation impacts the use of debt secured against real assets; affiliate title PERE delves into the controversial topic of investment in single-family rental housing; Germany’s Aareal refinances a major new development in Warsaw; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
Vonovia launches “last takeover offer” bid for Deutsche Wohnen; Latest office refurbishment loans show lenders’ growing eagerness to back the sector’s transition; Resolution Property sources £85 million (€99 million) facility to refinance The Hyatt Place London City East hotel; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
The sale of NatWest’s distressed shopping centre loan portfolio Project Mercatus offers a reference point for investors evaluating UK distressed shopping malls; LendInvest expands its capital sources through a £150 million (€176 million) partnership with banks Barclays and HSBC; A syndicated loan to fund data centres in Spain has been upgraded to €320 million; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
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US investment giant BlackRock has closed its first dedicated European real estate debt fund on €609 million; German manager Capital Bay aims to raise €1.5 billion for its property loan fund; Frogmore and Morgan Stanley secure finance for London’s Notting Hill Gate Estate; and more in today’s briefing, exclusively for our valued subscribers.
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