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Nordics lender Nordea offered competitively priced debt, but was picked to finance the Trinity Quarter development, in part to strengthen the US manager’s lending ties in the region.
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European commercial real estate investment activity was subdued in the first half of 2019. CBRE data show overall volumes were down 19 percent in H1 2019, year-on-year, to €120 billion. However, debt markets remained relatively active, with refinancing deals supplementing acquisition financing transactions. CBRE’s European Debt Map for Q2 2019 showed that in nine out […]
Kinnerton Credit Management has announced a first close of its fourth fund on around €130m and is including Southern Sweden in its investing mandate for the first time.
Pontus Sundin has joined the Stockholm-based asset manager following the closing of its second Swedish senior credit fund.
The Swedish asset manager is targeting a 2% net return as it provides longer-term credit across commercial real estate markets in its home country.
In the third of our four-part examination of Europe's lending opportunities, the German, Central and Eastern European and Nordic markets are under the microscope.
Real estate professionals across Europe expect debt to remain liquid into 2018, amid a riskier market, reports Doug Morrison
Pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank has provided a SKr1.4 billion (€150 million) loan to Heimstaden Bostad to finance a portfolio of residential properties in Stockholm.
Blackstone is to fund its latest push into the Nordic real estate markets with a €2.6 billion financing of its recently acquired Sponda platform in Finland, in one of the cycle's largest real estate lending deals.
German banks pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank and Helaba have provided a €67.2 million loan to CBRE Global Investors’ European Shopping Centre Fund II.
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