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DOWNLOAD: How Italy’s shift to populism is affecting real estate lending

Investment in Italian commercial real estate is down and there are signs of concern among lenders. This seven-slide presentation explores the impact of Italy’s new politics on the property sector.

International club of banks backs Coima in Milan

Banks from Italy, France and the Netherlands have participated in a financing of several properties.

Spanish banks want to play at development again

The financing of a shopping scheme in the country demonstrates banks’ returning appetite for real estate debt.

Spain’s retail sector attracts landmark development loan

Lar España has sourced €98.5m from local banks for the construction of a shopping centre in Seville.

Italy’s new politics makes lending trickier

Italy faces a battle to retain lenders’ renewed faith in its property market amid the unpredictability created by the election of the country’s first populist government.

Landmark sale kicks off Greek NPL market

The country’s first major property-backed portfolio sold by a domestic bank met with strong demand.

Italy’s affair with populism spooks lenders

Political turmoil has caused unease in the commercial real estate sector, although some are still prepared to lend in the country.

Bain Capital buys €1.5bn of Greek NPLs

The sale by Piraeus Bank is the first major property-backed deal in the country amid pressure from the ECB to bring loan portfolios to the market.

The benefits of NPL securitisation

Italian non-performing loan portfolios have been sliced up and sold into the asset-backed securities market.

ING backs Spain’s Testa with €130m loan

The Dutch bank has provided a seven-year facility priced at 1.6% to the residential rental company.

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