All German companies will soon have to report on their ownership structures to the German Transparency Register as a new law has abolished simplifications that previously applied to the majority of companies.
Our global real estate team is known for bringing funders, sponsors, developers and investors together to deliver finance arrangements that work for all parties.
We advise on domestic and international real estate finance matters across a range of asset classes, including hotels, residential, mixed-use, care homes and student accommodation.
Our client community includes banks, debt funds, institutional blue chip organisations, pension funds, family offices, sovereign funds, REITS, substantial private companies and high-net-worth individuals. We like to bring interested parties together to find mutually satisfactory solutions to real estate financing. A particular strength includes our work with non-traditional funding institutions and on inward investment strategies, where we have in particular worked closely with investors in South East Asia and the Middle East.
Our experience covers loan originations, loan workouts, sale and leaseback and opco/propco structures, secondary market debt acquisitions, equity investments, A/B inter-creditor structures, mezzanine and profit participation structures, construction loans and development financings, securitisation, as well as pan-European and cross-border real estate financings. We also have a reputation for complex financing structures and bespoke transactions in the hotels and student accommodation sectors.
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With the Covid-related restrictions of the last fifteen months easing for many in the hotel and hospitality industry, we consider whether any of the existing stress will turn into distress?
In the fifth article of our sector series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, we set out the key concepts it introduced and explain what they means for market participants in the forestry and agriculture sectors.