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Adam Buchler, director of independent real estate debt advisory firm BBS Capital, says lender appetite remains strong.
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Arie Hubers,, the Amsterdam-based head of ING Wholesale Banking's Benelux real estate finance teams, discusses lending conditions in the region.
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Raphael Smadja, head of origination in France for alternative asset manager Cheyne Capital, shares his experience of the country’s non-bank lending market.
Cain International debt specialists John Cole and Graham Keable discuss the build-to-rent loan voted Europe’s top development financing deal of 2019.
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Paul Lloyd, global head of servicing at debt management business Mount Street, discusses the role of servicers in today’s European real estate sector.
Roland Fuchs, the insurance company’s real estate debt boss, discusses the role institutional capital is playing in Europe’s property lending markets.
Ali Imraan, the managing director, debt and special situations, at real estate investment manager LaSalle Investment Management, discusses the opportunities Spain offers property debt fund lenders.
Roundtable participants (l-r): SAREB's Manuel Enrich, Colliers International's Álvaro Alonso, independent debt advisor Gerardo Manrique, Incus Capital's Alejandro Moya, Azora Group's Cristina García-Peri and Urbania International's Alberto López
Six industry experts on why non-bank lenders are a growing presence in the country’s real estate market.
Investors are exploring continental Europe’s accommodation sectors, including apartments, hotels and student housing. Cyril de Romance of real estate credit advisory firm First Growth Real Estate explains how debt providers are following
Michael Kröger of German bank Helaba evaluates the prospects of key markets in Europe and beyond.

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