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The real estate investment group of the German insurer saw its RE debt assets under management drop from €19.3bn in 2018 to €18.9bn in H1 2019.
Falling deal numbers have not hampered the rate of capital deployment which is set to reach record levels.
The firm expects significant reinvestment from existing investors, allowing it to target double the capital raised by its predecessor.
The fund will give institutional investors access to Deutsche Bank-originated senior loans.
Pressure on bank balance sheets and a growing awareness of private debt products is set to boost growth for the asset class in Spain.
Management fees drop as North American managers seek to compete for LP allocations with their European counterparts.
Symi town cityscape, Dodecanese islands, Greece
Domestic banks are under pressure to reduce their bad loans and are on track to meet their targets.
European deal prospects remain bright as long as you steer clear of cyclical industries, says our expert panel.

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