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Through its latest vehicle, focused primarily on investing in whole loans secured against UK commercial property, the firm has already committed £455m across 10 transactions.
Defined contribution pension assets have finally overtaken defined benefit plan assets in size – and are growing more quickly, too. So why are they still not a staple part of many private real estate manager capital bases?
The UK insurer has committed €400m to the London-based firm's first pan-European vehicle, which will target ground lease investments.
Over 220 delegates gathered at PERE Seoul to hear how Korean investors are making their investments. Here are the key themes.
Many property owners still depend on insurance as the first line of defense against climate change risk, but insurers are now reevaluating the coverage and prices they want to offer.
At the recent CREFC conference, Patrick Nelson discussed the office space company's business model following its refinancing, its use of SPVs in leasing deals, and its relationships with landlords and lenders.
The deal signals the real estate fund management giant’s entry into Europe’s property credit market.
Patrizia residential
The Augsburg-based manager’s new offering is the latest in a string of open-ended core pan-European residential funds that have launched in the past two years.
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Rainer Komenda, head of real estate funds at Bavaria’s Bayerische Versorgungskammer, tells Jonathan Brasse about how Germany’s biggest state pension provider is thinking about its real estate business as it views a downturn
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