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Venn Partners on going where the banks will not venture

Traditional lenders’ focus on financing core assets leaves room for alternative lenders to finance value-add properties says Venn Partners’ Paul House.

Brunswick on playing the long game in Swedish real estate debt

Swedish banks’ short-term focus has created an opportunity for alternative lenders backed by more patient capital, says Brunswick Real Estate CEO (debt) Pontus Sundin.

DRC Capital on debt as a defensive play

Real estate investors craving downside protection are increasingly favoring debt over equity investing, argues DRC Capital managing partner Dale Lattanzio.

Breaking the cycle in European private real estate

At PERE’s European roundtable, a discussion of Europe held in the UK inevitably turns to debate over the UK in Europe. Brexit dominates political and economic discourse in Britain ahead of the putative March 29 deadline for the country to leave the EU. So when the five participants meet in London in February it is […]

Breaking the cycle in European private real estate

Participants at PERE’s Europe roundtable seek to shut out the short-term commotion over Brexit and the property cycle and tune into strategies that offer durable returns.

Savills Investment Management on navigating cyclicality

Worried by macroeconomic and political uncertainty, investors are increasingly exacting about the quality of the real estate they will acquire, says Savills Investment Management’s European CEO, Giuseppe Oriani.

Logistics’ blockbuster year

Investors look set to flock into the industrial real estate show again in 2019. For many, the snag is how to get hold of a ticket.

Brexit and the logistics market

As the prospect of a disorderly Brexit grows, logistics investors are evaluating the potential costs and benefits of the UK’s impending divorce from the European Union.

Clarion Partners on why US industrial still delivering the goods

Robust demand from e-commerce and low vacancy should continue to underpin strong returns in the US logistics market, say Clarion Partners’ David Confer and Tim Wang.

Logistics Capital Partners on building for the next generation

Development is the best strategy to build a portfolio suited to the needs of tomorrow's warehouse occupiers, argue LCP's James Markby and Kristof Verstraeten.
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