Property Finance 2012
"The debt market will need to reinvent itself without question. We cannot rely on the banks to provide all of the answers"
Property Finance 2012 is the first in a new series from Property Week Analytics – a range of in-depth reports brought to you by Property Week’s expert journalists. The report is produced in association with top banking groups the Association of Property Bankers and CREFC Europe.
We have interviewed 40 of the most senior names in the UK lending market to find out what is really happening in the minds of the people who make the decisions that affect your business, including senior lenders, mezzanine providers, insurance companies, CMBS specialists and debt advisers.
The 100-page report is packed with new information and new data, interviews, top guest writers, and contact details and features:
- Who is lending and where, why and on what terms
- How new regulations, such as Solvency II and Basel III, will affect lending strategies
- A comprehensive guide to traditional and new forms of lending
- How borrowers will need to respond to the changing lending environment
- A directory of the 100 need-to-know banks and debt specialists
"The tail-end of every property cycle seems to throw up a publication that defines and disseminates not only the issues and causes of failure, but sheds light on the way forward.The 1990s had the now high collectable Freeman guides and now the market-leading weekly publication, Property Week has drawn on the enormous depth and wisdom of its editorial contributors to produce what will surely become a valuable, and in time, highly collectable guide to the present meltdown.
Each page is packed with invaluable wisdom from the premiership of the property industry, plus a veritable gold mine of contacts and up-to-date market intelligence. Additionally the glossary describes many of the latest financial and operational tools and newly-defined terminology to emerge from the credit crunch.
This is clearly a work of epic significance and will surely become the de-facto bible of finance and property for the coming cycle."