Webinar: Opportunities in real estate debt

PP’s webinar on 6 October will focus on the development of the real estate debt market

Professional Pensions
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Professional Pensions is holding a webinar on real estate debt tomorrow, Wednesday 6 October, at 11am.

The global financial crisis of 2008 and a slew of regulatory change since has led to huge growth in the number of non-bank lenders in the real estate debt market - a transition that has opened up opportunities for institutional investors to access the asset class.

The webinar - Opportunities in Real Estate Debt -  which is being held in association with PGIM Real Estate, will explore the following topics:

  • How real estate debt can provide an alternative to public bond markets for institutional investors as they search for yield;
  • How different elements of the asset class can provide a range of return opportunities for pension fund investors;
  • The future of real estate debt - assessing the opportunities of future market and regulatory change as well as the challenges markets face and how these might be overcome; and
  • How pension schemes can incorporate such strategies into their portfolios.

The webinar will be fully interactive, enabling you the chance to ask questions to our panellists throughout the discussion. Registration will also enable you to watch the webinar on demand.

Register to attend the webinarhere.

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