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The Monaco and London-based manager is understood to have begun fundraising for its third property lending vehicle.
The Canadian investor sees preferred equity as a route to expand and diversify its $12bn residential portfolio amid a financing gap for developers.
The high-profile departure comes two years after the New York-based investment bank’s reorganization of its property businesses.
The US private equity firm, which sold its last remaining UK hotels in 2018, has written a £100m-plus loan against a portfolio of Hiltons.
Ali Otmar of Tristan Capital Partners and Ben Eppley of Apollo Global Management discuss the transaction, which Otmar says required the 'extreme end of flexibility.'
Large pools of capital have been raised for distressed strategies, but thanks to government support schemes, finding a home for it is proving a challenge.
The French manager will add high-yield lending to its repertoire as it aims to double the holdings of the newly combined platform.
Property finance veteran Natalie Howard is building a new credit business. She tells us why organisations like Schroders are the ‘natural fillers’ of real estate’s funding gap.
Market sources say non-bank lenders dominate the financing of such schemes as they look for returns in parts of the market underserved by traditional banks.
Following his firm's acquisition of the debt manager, the global chief executive sees huge potential in credit strategies as banks retrench from real estate.

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