Mike is news editor of Property Week, focussing in non-listed property companies and the City of London.
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One of the world’s biggest banks is in talks to buy a large portfolio of distressed Spanish loans at a deep discount, in a transaction that is seen as key for Europe’s property market.
In spite of the constant protestations from London that it’s the world’s dominant global city, New York was the clear leader in property investment over the last year.
Abu Dhabi and R20 poised to take control of €2bn Banco Santander campus from Glenn Maud and Derek Quinlan
- Google to buy new London base for up to £1bn
- Oxford to make Parisian debut …
- Stumped in the City
- Contractor sues at City’s stalled Pinnacle
- Deutsche sizes up Glanmore sale
- Kennedy Wilson makes for Madrid’s ‘banco malo’
- Irish investment activity improves