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In stark contrast to the US, Europe’s CMBS loans have largely avoided emergency treatment, according to the London-based firm.
Rising foreclosure rates show relief has not prevented some borrowers from losing their properties – and they give a glimpse of what is to come next year.
These debt handlers are front-and-center of the real estate distress unfolding during the covid-19 crisis.
The Morgan Stanley and Equity International alumni have secured their first multi-strategy investment from a prominent US institution.
Strong investor demand and less stringent national lockdown measures have supported the country’s real estate sector, says the Stockholm-based firm’s debt boss, Pontus Sundin.
The head of European transactions at the real assets business of French insurer AXA says the deal to acquire Kadans Science Partner is the outcome of interest in the sector that started more than a year ago.
There has been an uptick in European managers asking investors for more time to market funds caught out by covid-19.
With $500m in its debut fund and $500m in co-invest capital, Breakthrough Properties aims to take life science real estate investment global.
There are good reasons why the greater emphasis on real estate public equities during the pandemic will stay once the crisis subsides.
Hotels have the chance of returning to pre-covid performance levels, but only if their capital base is properly restructured now, argues Eric Assimakopoulos, founder of Revetas Capital.

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