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MIPIM: Positivity, but less partying

Several major banks may have avoided this year’s Cannes event, but those lenders in attendance remain confident about the market.

Unrelenting capital flows will benefit debt markets

The deluge of global money into European real estate, including debt vehicles, is not letting up.

REC Awards 2017: Banks take the spoils

Commercial and investment banks dominated in several categories, demonstrating their continued reach across Europe’s markets.

Why syndicated lending is down

Several factors explain why volumes took another annual dip.

Five reasons to lend in Portugal

The country’s real estate market is in recovery mode and offers opportunities for debt providers.

Treat European growth with caution

The eurozone is rebounding and property markets look resolute, but lenders should not be complacent.

We need to talk about the Presidents Club

The property industry, including the lending community, must respond to the harassment scandal.

Poland is proving resilient

Its populist government is a cause for concern, but real estate market fundamentals make the country worthy of consideration.

Getting regulation right

Efforts to reform banking will bolster real estate finance markets.

Diversification is the trend to watch

Whether by geography, sector or product, real estate finance providers are broadening their scope. Alternative lenders, particularly, are set to benefit from the drive to diversify.

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