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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.

This webinar will focus on the development of the real estate debt market, and 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.

Presenters

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Jonathan Stapleton

Editor, Professional Pensions

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Jonathan is editor of Professional Pensions and has been reporting on UK occupational pensions since 2001. He has won a number of awards during his career, most recently the SPP Trade Journalist of the Year Award in 2019. He is also holder of the PMI's Retirement Provision Certificate.

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Andrew Radkiewicz

Global Head of Private Debt Strategy and Investor Solutions, PGIM Real Estate

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Andrew Radkiewicz is a managing director at PGIM Real Estate and global head of Private Debt Strategy and Investor Solutions. Based in London, Andrew is responsible for developing and implementing real estate debt fund product architecture and strategic solutions for global investors. He also has oversight for PGIM Real Estate’s global banking relationships. Andrew is a member of the Global Management Council and Investment Committee, and the Global Operating Risk Committee.

Previously, Andrew was co-head of Europe where he was responsible for PGIM Real Estate’s European businesses. In 2007, Andrew co-founded the boutique fund manager Paramount Private Equity, which was subsequently absorbed by PGIM Real Estate in 2009 to form the Pramerica Real Estate Capital (PRECap) platform.

Prior to founding Paramount Private Equity, Andrew spent 13 years at N M Rothschild in London, most recently as managing director of Real Estate Finance and Debt Capital Markets. Earlier, he worked for Credit Lyonnais and Lloyds. Andrew has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Warwick University.

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