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Lenders stand to benefit from the growth of an ethical real estate finance market, beyond the obvious reasons.
Fintech will change real estate finance for the better, but lenders’ knowledge of the sector will remain essential.
With a year to go before the UK’s EU divorce is finalised, its effect on the property debt market is looking complicated.
The profile of buyers will shift, but foreign investment into European real estate will remain crucial, writes David Hutchings, head of EMEA investment strategy at Cushman & Wakefield
Sponsor-led securitisations can be challenging, but are a competitive financing option, says Reed Smith partner Iain Balkwill
Senior lenders are aiming to supplement their business with higher-risk financing. It’s a natural progression, but boundaries should not be overstepped.
Several major banks may have avoided this year’s Cannes event, but those lenders in attendance remain confident about the market.
The deluge of global money into European real estate, including debt vehicles, is not letting up.
Commercial and investment banks dominated in several categories, demonstrating their continued reach across Europe’s markets.
There are still pockets of opportunity in this late stage of the cycle – and direct lending in the middle market is one of the most attractive, writes Clark Coffee, head of Tyndaris Real Estate.

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