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Real Estate Securitisation

Due to the evolution of the funding mechanisms employed in the real estate sector, no real estate practice is complete without expertise in the structured capital markets, CMBS and RMBS spaces.

Although new issuance of CMBS and RMBS remains low by historical standards, particularly in Europe, sponsors, financials institutions and investors need to be able to access the best advice when looking at CMBS and RMBS structures and other structured capital markets lending (such as whole business securitisation for property companies and REITs).

Allen & Overy has a market-leading real estate securitisation practice, advising on transactions ranging from single trophy-assets structures through to loan portfolios, conduit lending, and, now more important than ever, working on deal restructurings. Our team leads on industry associations and remains committed to guiding our clients through the new regulatory landscape.

News & insights

front of building with with hundreds of flats

Publications: 05 OCTOBER 2021

The Berlin preliminary decision: Can housing companies be expropriated?

For some time now, Berlin has been experiencing a shortage of affordable and socially subsidized housing.

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News: 04 OCTOBER 2021

Allen & Overy advises Evergreen Garden Care on the acquisition of gpi green partners

Allen & Overy has advised Evergreen Garden Care Deutschland GmbH (“Evergreen”) in connection with the acquisition of all shares in gpi green partners international GmbH & Co. KG.

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Aerial photo of Brussels, Belgium

Publications: 23 SEPTEMBER 2021

Belgium: future trends and challenges for the real estate market 2021/2022

In this video, Rudy Dupont, Partner discusses the key trends developing in the Belgian real estate market and considers future legal changes that will have a material ongoing impact on real estate…

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Landscape photo of the London skyline

Publications: 23 SEPTEMBER 2021

UK: future trends and challenges for the real estate market 2021/2022

In this video, Hayden Cameron, Partner discusses the key trends developing in the UK real estate market and considers future legal changes that will have a material ongoing impact on real estate…

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