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Welcome to Real Estate Capital’s guide to the real estate debt advisers active in Europe today.
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Despite covid, the UK debt market is well-capitalised, says Lisa Attenborough, head of debt advisory at Knight Frank.
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First Growth co-founder Cyril de Romance identifies gaps in Europe’s property lending market – and tells Real Estate Capital how the advisory firm is uniquely positioned to help clients fill them.
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Pfandbrief banks lead on senior lending, but demand for mezzanine, whole and bridge loans means opportunity for new entrants, say Curth-C. Flatow and Kim Jana Hesse of German debt brokerage firm FAP Finance.
Capital is being reallocated from equity investment to credit to back a new generation of alternative lenders, say Sanne’s Simon Vardon and Keith Miller, and Westfort Advisors’ Deepak Drubhra.
Rome Skyline, Italy
Deals are picking up steam in an Italian debt market with its own idiosyncrasies, says Mauro Savoia, Three Stars Capital Partners’ chairman and CEO.
Banks’ reticence to provide high leverage is creating a funding gap in Germany, writes Hanno Kowalski, managing partner of the Berlin-based debt provider.
The Goldman Sachs partners explain why Europe has grown as a focus of their lending strategy and why it should be seen as a structural opportunity.
Ali Imraan, managing director, debt investments and special situations, discusses financing conditions in European property markets.
The commercial lending specialists from alternative lender Octopus Real Estate explain how covid-19 has affected the UK’s small-ticket property loan market.

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