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Cheyne launches European property credit fund

Cheyne launches European property credit fund

Cheyne Capital has launched a new property focused fund exploiting limited supply in Europe’s credit markets.

Cheyne Real Estate Credit Holdings fund III will invest in mortgage securities, senior loans, mezzanine loans and equity, primarily from issuers in the UK and German property markets.

Cheyne co-founder Stuart Fiertz said: ‘As European banks continue to retreat from real estate lending due to increasing regulatory pressures, Cheyne is able to step into the void with a viable financing solution for mid-market borrowers, who are increasingly recognising the team’s ability to understand complex real estate financing needs and execute creative solutions in a short timeframe.’

The company said it would focus on mid-market property business facing stiffer capital terms than the upper tier of businesses.

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