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Conditions in European real estate debt markets favour alternative lenders. But sluggish investment activity is picking up only slowly, and underwriting remains challenging, say roundtable participants.
After a period of recalibration, opportunities abound in European real estate lending, says Apollo’s Ben Eppley.
After a difficult 2023, this year may offer more certainty, says Mount Street’s Paul Lloyd.
OakNorth’s Ben Barbanel and ASK’s Daniel Austin discuss the strategic partnership aimed at lending through economic cycles.
Lending in German markets will remain a core focus for the firm, according to PIMCO’s Roman Kogan and PIMCO Prime Real Estate’s Roland Fuchs.
FAP Group managing partner Curth-C Flatow identifies the trends driving a new type of bridge lending in Germany and outlines the options available to borrowers.
Paul Lloyd, CEO of loan servicer Mount Street, appraises the faltering performance of the European real estate finance market in 2023 and predicts a mixed picture next year.
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.

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