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Five ways the CRE debt landscape is changing

Speakers at the annual CREFC forum highlighted how regulation could change lenders’ risk appetite and how technology impacts real estate debt, among other issues.

CFIUS overhaul seen impacting investment practices by non-US LPs

Non-US LPs in US real estate funds should expect 'additional scrutiny' during reviews and investigations by a beefed-up Committee on Foreign Investment in the US.

WATCH: Two hurdles for investing in China

M&G Real Estate’s Asia head of research, Jonathan Hsu, explains to PERE the two key hurdles to investing in China.

Regulation: Jersey, a steady ship

Jersey is an oasis of calm and certainty in the choppy seas of European politics and regulation.

Regulation: RBC on data management

Dirk Holz and Jamie Stevenson of RBC Investor & Treasury Services consider how real estate investors can better manage and interpret the reservoir of data they are accumulating.

Regulation: China’s capital controls are aimed at closing loopholes

China’s latest dictum on outbound investments has brought even offshore Chinese entities into its regulatory purview, but a lack of clarity is creating confusion.

Regulation: RBC manager survey

In an exclusive survey carried out by PERE in association with RBC, managers reveal how they are sticking with familiar fund domiciles at a time rife with potential regulatory disruption.

Growth in spite of regulation

A look inside our special report on regulatory issues

Regulation: Firming up foreign direct investment

The US government is poised to make sweeping changes to a committee that approves foreign investment, with major implications for real estate.

Regulation: RBC on fund domiciles

Dirk Holz, head of origination and business development for Private Capital Services at RBC Investor & Treasury Services, tells PERE how regulatory issues are influencing managers’ choice of fund domiciles.

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