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Michael Morgenroth

Caerus Debt Investments AG

The Düsseldorf-headquartered Caerus Debt Investments, led by fund specialist and former INREV chairman Michael Morgenroth, has raised an additional €47m for the firm's Archimedes real estate debt fund, bringing the total up to €129m for the fund. Read more

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Michael Morgenroth

Caerus Debt Investments AG

The Düsseldorf-based Caerus Debt Investments is looking to raise €300m for a real estate debt fund as part of its senior/whole-loan strategy. Caerus has structured the vehicle as a pool fund, which will target senior collateralised loans with a... Read more

Investment

Martina Hertwig - TPW

TPW

The loosening of the regulatory framework since May of this year by Germany's financial watchdog BaFin has led to a growing interest among investors in both setting up and availing of debt funds as an alternative source of real estate financing... Read more

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Michael Hüther - Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft

Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln e.V.

We carry a number of articles in this issue about engagements from either new or existing debt providers in real estate financing, moving into to areas of lending that would typically have been provided by the traditional banks and focused real... Read more

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CAERUS AG

Things have been moving quickly for Caerus Debt Investments AG, the Düsseldorf-based investment firm previously known as Signa Real Estate Advisory AG. The new group was created in a management buyout led by CEO Michael Morgenroth in July this... Read more

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Fitch Ratings

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Ratings agency Fitch produced one of its regular reports earlier this month on the German real estate banking sector, and seemed to have a slightly sharper tone than usual in REFIRE’s view, highlighting several banks’ lack of a retail base in... Read more

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We have reported in recent issues of REFIRE on the new debt funds being launched in Germany as an alternative source of real estate financing, with traditional lenders retreating from what were once their natural markets. Read more

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Hans Peter Trampe

Hans Peter Trampe

German residential market professionals are taking an even more conservative approach to their financing than private homeowners, according to Hans Peter Trampe, managing director of Lübeck-based financial services provider Dr Klein & Co. AG. Read more

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