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Walton Street collects $1.3bn for second RE loan fund

The real estate lender is charging a 1.5% management fee, according to Arkansas pension fund documents.
Sebastian Vetter

Interview: DekaBank’s new real estate finance boss

Sebastian Vetter has taken the helm at DekaBank’s property lending business. Real Estate Capital talks to him about his plans.

Why Chicago Teachers has not invested in RE debt in 18 months

The pension fund, among others, is concerned about the additional risks managers in the strategy are taking in order to meet higher return targets.

Pbb grows US business as Brexit prompts it to remain selective in the UK

The German bank increased new lending in North America by 41% year-on-year in H1 2019.
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Distressed debt’s appeal surges amid market uncertainty

Bain Capital is the latest manager to target non-performing real estate loans, a strategy that has been attractive to institutional investors.
Hong Kong Colliers

How damaging is the US-China trade war for real estate?

There has been a drop in Asian inbound and outbound capital flows, as well as noticeable tenant retrenchment in southern China cities, according to Colliers International’s latest research.

How family offices are thinking about real estate

Given a family office’s access to long-dated capital, real estate investments seem like a good fit. But management fees continue to be an area of contention.

Residential’s stability has late-cycle appeal

In the late stages of a long economic cycle, investors are becoming increasingly appreciative of the sector's recession-resistant qualities.

How lenders are responding to the US ‘retail apocalypse’

Although traditional debt providers have become more cautious about the stateside shopping sector, newer lenders are looking for opportunities. By Michelle Phillips

Natixis’s Verhoosel: ‘The globalisation of the real estate market is accelerating’

Natixis aims to capitalise on property investors’ international activities by operating an originate-to-distribute model across continents. Emmanuel Verhoosel, the French bank’s global head of real estate and hospitality, discusses market conditions.
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