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A new facility agreed by the two parties includes up to a 10bps margin discount should the borrower hit sustainability targets.
Financing deals in the UK capital this month suggest some debt providers are keeping faith in the city’s fundamentals.
The property investment arm of German insurer Allianz has acquired two office buildings in Paris as a demonstration of confidence in what many regard as a highly uncertain sector.
Covid-19 is fuelling occupier demand for more flexible office arrangements, meaning less certainty for landlords and their debt providers.
The insurer has closed its largest European debt deal yet, backing a portfolio of prime offices across the UK capital.
The covid-19 crisis has accelerated two different shifts in how properties with a space-as-a-service component will be valued.
For multiple reasons, Europe’s biggest property market has been an outlier in the region during the course of the pandemic.
€650 million was raised for the project by an investor pool including Icawood and BNP Paribas
An expected increase in acquisitions gives lenders hope that financing mandates will follow
Office scene
Writing loans against office property is currently difficult. But lenders were already pondering the evolution of the sector before covid made things more complicated.

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