The latest figures compiled by our data team show there are 29 Europe-focused debt funds with known targets above €100 million currently fundraising.
Real Estate Capital’s data on the latest UK and continental European real estate lending deals.
In the last of our four-part series, we examine what Southern Europe has to offer lenders.
In the third of our four-part examination of Europe's lending opportunities, the German, Central and Eastern European and Nordic markets are under the microscope.
In the second installment of our guide to Europe's lending markets, Lauren Parr examines the French and Dutch opportunities.
There are still pockets of opportunity in this late stage of the cycle – and direct lending in the middle market is one of the most attractive, writes Clark Coffee, head of Tyndaris Real Estate.
As property lenders increase their geographic scope across Europe, Real Estate Capital examines the opportunities and risks presented by the continent's markets.
ING is leveraging its international client base to grow in target markets, explains real estate finance boss Michael Shields.
Sentiment towards the continent has improved, but real estate investors and lenders should proceed with caution.
Patrick Walcher has taken the helm at LBBW’s restructured property lending business. Daniel Cunningham talks to him about his plans.
With a wider variety of capital sources and more financeable geographies and sectors across the continent, Europe will continue to be a battlefield for property lenders, argues CBRE's Marco Rampin.
The real estate sector’s condemnation of ‘the most un-PC event of the year’ has been swift. Now all eyes are on how it will act. The first test is MIPIM.
The private equity giant enlisted Deutsche Bank to arrange a securitisation of four retail properties in Italy.
The volume of syndicated real estate loans dropped by 15% in 2017 as fewer transactions required multiple lenders.
The eurozone is rebounding and property markets look resolute, but lenders should not be complacent.
By 2066, one in four people in the UK will be aged 65 and over, according to the Office for National Statistics. Housing this rapidly aging population has been recognised as an important social issue, leading property investors and lenders into the retirement accommodation market.
The French asset manager, which is closing in on its first lending deals, will write senior loans on core, core-plus and value-add properties across continental Europe.
The property industry, including the lending community, must respond to the harassment scandal.
‘Mega-deals’ in the Spanish market during 2017 could encourage other banks to put portfolios on the block, says the investment banking firm.
Its populist government is a cause for concern, but real estate market fundamentals make the country worthy of consideration.