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List of the 80 Largest Real Estate Debt Investors Europe [2023]

  • Database

  • September 2023
  • Region: Europe
  • Research Germany
  • ID: 5894929

Product Overview

Includes institutional investors, investment managers, project developers, real estate companies, REITs and pension funds that actively acquire real estate debt in Europe.

Excellent depth of detail: purchase profile (asset classes and regional focus), link to purchase profile and assets under management if available, contact details, management board, etc.

This list is based on our list of the 1,200 largest real estate investors in Europe.

High-quality lists thanks to manual data maintenance by an experienced research team in Munich. Boutique research instead of unchecked crawler data.

List of 3 European debt real estate investors

Debt real estate investors often play an important role in financing, especially for large or riskier real estate projects. Below we present three weighty debt investors from the list.

1. Heitman

Real estate private equity investor Heitman manages over USD 4.8 billion in debt and is also an active investor in Europe. The company focuses on three main strategies: core/structured senior, value-add and mezzanine, and opportunistic debt.

Update 2023: Heitman exited a self-storage joint venture in Singapore with the sale of Mandarin Self Storage to Warburg Pincus-backed StorHub late last year for an estimated $172 million.

2. Cheyne Capital

London-based investment house Cheyne Capital manages over USD 10 billion in assets - much of which is invested in European real estate debt. Cheyne focuses on four different asset types: Senior Loans, Mezzanine Loans, Listed Credit and Special Situations. As a senior investor, they will invest in the first layer of debt, and in the case of mezzanine loans, the middle layer. In addition, Cheyne also invests directly in real estate.

3. Tyrus Capital

The debt investor Tyrus Capital has already participated in transactions with a volume of over EUR 1 billion. Various investment strategies such as senior debt or mezzanine capital are pursued. Debt investments are between EUR 15-100 million. Investments are made throughout Europe, among others in Stuttgart (Germany), Hilversum (Netherlands) or Barcelona (Spain). The asset classes are also broadly diversified.