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Scarcity of big deals frustrates syndication bankers

The volume of syndicated real estate loans dropped by 15% in 2017 as fewer transactions required multiple lenders.

REC awards: Don’t forget to vote

During the festive period, why not take a moment to have your say on 2017’s top performers in European real estate finance?

REC Awards 2017: Voting has opened

It’s the news you’ve all been waiting for… The Real Estate Capital annual awards poll is now open, giving you the chance to have your say on which organisations and deals defined the market in 2017.

Europe’s lenders chase the American dream

Lending in the US is an attractive proposition for European organisations, but fierce competition is already hitting loan margins.

Deutsche Hypo writes €81m loan for Polish shopping centre

Deutsche Hypothekenbank has written a €81 million debt facility to finance the Galeria Baltycka shopping centre in Gdansk, Poland.

MünchenerHyp re-enters US market

Münchener Hypothekenbank has resumed lending in the US, a market it pulled back from in 2009, to further expand its international portfolio.

Syndication lull reflects disjointed market

The significant drop in the volume of syndicated loans in the first half of 2017 stands in contrast to increased property investment figures.

Syndication drops to lowest volume since 2013

France replaced the UK as the most active European market for syndicated real estate loans amid the slowest first six months of a year since 2013.

ING hires RBS banker for European syndication role

ING Real Estate Finance has hired Jessica Bell from Royal Bank of Scotland to join its European syndicated finance team, based in London.

Syndicated lending volumes down 40% in 2016

Syndicated commercial real estate lending volumes in the EMEA region were down by almost 40 percent year-on-year in 2016, reflecting reduced deal-flow across the European property markets, the latest figures published by financial data provider Dealogic show.