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Goldman Sachs makes UK build-to-rent debut with £118m development loan

Merchant banking division provides its first multifamily loan in the country to develop Birmingham’s tallest residential building.

International banks provide £625m for London’s HSBC tower, despite Brexit uncertainty

The Qatar Investment Authority has signed a debt facility with a syndicate of six banks to refinance its global headquarters in the Canary Wharf financial district.

UK retail NPL portfolios expected to be put up for sale

CBRE’s head of loan advisory expects an increasing number of non-performing retail loans to hit the market in the next two years.

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UK retail real estate values are falling, forcing lenders to question their exposure to the sector. Download our presentation for more.

Korea’s Hana sees Europe as a more favourable debt market than the US

Jaewook Kang, managing director of Hana Financial Investment, speaks with Real Estate Capital about investment opportunities and debt liquidity across Europe.

Trimont’s Sexton: ‘More non-bank lenders are looking at higher LTV offerings’

The loan servicer is growing its London team as it sees demand for credit underwriting and management services amid a maturing European property market.

The UK housing debt gap creates opportunities for lenders

Britain is in dire need of residential development. Debt providers can play an important role in supplying the necessary finance.

UK clearers back demand for UK student housing with £214.6m loan

NatWest, HSBC UK and Barclays commit to Downing Group’s development of three schemes in Coventry, Manchester and London.

German banks need a legal fix to stay competitive in post-Brexit Britain

The Pfandbrief Act needs to change if Germany’s lenders are to use cheap funding to write UK loans.

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