Cushman & Wakefield host free German CRE lending seminar on Friday

Cushman & Wakefield is hosting a free seminar this Friday morning at the City of London office of Cushman & Wakefield revealing the results of the third annual study of Germany’s CRE lending market.

The research was conducted by The International Real Estate Business School (IRE|BS) at the University of Regensburg, and sponsored, among others, by CREFC Europe.

Germany is one of Europe’s largest CRE investment markets and a hot spot for both CRE investment and CRE lending activity. The IRE|BS report provides a detailed look at the structure of the German lending market in terms of regions, A-cities and property types.

A presentation by the IRE|BS team will summarise key data and conclusions from the report, supplementing it with a longer time series they have derived from major German CRE lenders’ published financial information.

Nigel Almond from Cushman & Wakefield will provide additional international context in the form of data and analysis from the UK and European CRE debt markets. A panel discussion will follow.

There is no charge to attend this event, which will be held at 125 Old Broad Street, London. Places are limited, so please register today by emailing CREFC Europe’s Carol Wilkie.


08:30 – 09:00   Registration, coffee & pastries will be provided

09:00 – 09:45     Introduction

  • Markus Hesse, Senior Consultant, IRE|BS, University of Regensburg
  • Prof. Dr. Tobias Just, IRE|BS Immobilienakademie GmbH
  • Nigel Almond, Head of Capital Markets Research, Cushman & Wakefield

09:45 – 10:15     Panel discussion moderated by Peter Cosmetatos, CEO, CREFC Europe

  • Andreas Wuermeling, Managing Director, Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG
  • Nick Kilbey, Vice President, Pramerica Real Estate Investors

10:15 – 10:30     Q&A and Close.

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