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Rate hikes have had a huge impact on the German real estate financing sector. But our roundtable participants argue the market can weather the storm.
Real estate lending across Europe is in a period of adjustment and activity could recover quickly over the next 12 months, says Gareck Wilson.
Mauro Savoia discusses the challenges facing borrowers and the options available in the current economic environment.
Continued signs of stress are still being seen in the CRE finance market, says Trimont’s Dean Harris.
A mid-market focus makes sense for investors in the current economic environment, says Ralf Kind, head of real estate debt at Edmond de Rothschild REIM.
Schroders Capital’s Kristina Foster examines the expanding scope for real estate credit strategies aiming to deliver social and environmental impact in the mid-market.
The region may have been a banking market, but attitudes are changing and economic recovery looks promising, says Javier Beltrán.
Loan restructurings are anticipated to increase in the second half of 2023, says Cyril de Romance, founding partner at First Growth Real Estate & Finance.
The continued volatility in European markets is providing opportunities for those with expertise, says Apollo Global Management’s Ben Eppley.
For the alternative lenders participating in Real Estate Capital Europe’s roundtable, market conditions seem conducive to grow their loan books. But the apparent opening is not without complications.

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