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With its roots in green banking pioneer Rabobank, the new direct lender is aiming to make a name for itself in its home market of the Netherlands and around Europe.
The package will be used to make upgrades across the 8,600-unit portfolio and includes a €40m green loan.
Panelists on the PERE Network webinar on Net Zero Strategies in Real Estate
Assets that don't have a clear path to decarbonisation are subject to discounts and more expensive debt finance, but the overall picture is complex and unclear, real estate investment managers said on a webinar hosted by the PERE Network.
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The bank wants Australia-listed sponsor Cromwell to report on indirect carbon emissions.
Measuring the impact of the escalating climate crisis on commercial real estate is becoming imperative but the sector is still learning how to do it.
Private debt is moving into a new era of impact lending and sustainability-linked loans.
A quarter of European private credit deals involve an ESG-linked margin ratchet, according to analysis by consulting firm Lane Clark & Peacock.
A £57m facility for Urban Logistics REIT requires the borrower to improve sustainability across its portfolio.
Diversity enters the private debt conversation
Credit funds are ramping up efforts to influence gender diversity among borrowers.
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The PRI suggests LPs ask about pre-investment screenings, post-investment monitoring and how the firm analyses the impact of its ESG approach on financial performance.

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