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Solvency II

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

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Prof. Dr. Tobias Just - IREBS

IREBS ImmobilienakademieInternational Real Estate Business School Immobilienakademie GmbH

It makes sense for most insurance companies to take on a greater degree of exposure to real estate despite the introduction of the Solvency II regulations concerning equity capital, concludes a recent study jointly carried out by IREBS and private... 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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Red Tape

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A recent survey released by INREV, the European non-listed fund association, seems to show that the wave of new European regulations now coming into effect, such as AIFMD, EMIR and Solvency II, is being handled better by fund managers than had... 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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INREV Folders

John Oakley

European real estate associations have rallied around to get the EU’s insurance authority EIOPA to give proper consideration to real estate in its forthcoming review of the upcoming Solvency II directive, amid fears that the authority is about to... Read more

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