18

ON-GOING DEALS

250

MM FUND
HéRA ZEST NPE

240

MM REAL ESTATE UNDER MANAGEMENT

750

MM GBV ASSESSED

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We are a Group founded in 1999 focused on the enhancement of real estate assets as collateral for mortgage loans (Utp / NPL).

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Italy’s Central Bank: loans belonging to the commercial real estate sector (CRE) are the riskiest

“In the second half of 2021, the vulnerability of Italian banks coming from real estate exposures remained at historically low levels”. This was reported by the Bank of Italy in its latest 2022 Financial Stability Report where some projections for 2023 are also published. According to the Bank of Italy, in fact, “in 2023 the annual flows of new impaired loans relating to both loans to household lending for the purchase of houses and for loans to real estate companies would remain stable in relation to capital. However, the riskiness of loans relating to the commercial real estate sector (CRE) remains higher both with respect to the average of total loans to businesses and in the European comparison.

Pandemic, geopolitical crisis and real estate market. How is the sector reacting and what effect on NPEs? The interview of our Managing Director, Paolo Zago, to the Italian Real Estate 4.0 Committee

Crushed between a pandemic and a war at the gates of Europe, the real estate sector is experiencing a particular market phase. Despite everything, years 2021 and the beginning of 2022, compared to the previous year, recorded in our country good signs of recovery with an increase in real estate investments of 6%. However, each asset class responds differently to external conditioning and each requires specific evaluations.

Italy’s Central Bank: loans belonging to the commercial real estate sector (CRE) are the riskiest

“In the second half of 2021, the vulnerability of Italian banks coming from real estate exposures remained at historically low levels”. This was reported by the Bank of Italy in its latest 2022 Financial Stability Report where some projections for 2023 are also published. According to the Bank of Italy, in fact, “in 2023 the annual flows of new impaired loans relating to both loans to household lending for the purchase of houses and for loans to real estate companies would remain stable in relation to capital. However, the riskiness of loans relating to the commercial real estate sector (CRE) remains higher both with respect to the average of total loans to businesses and in the European comparison.

Pandemic, geopolitical crisis and real estate market. How is the sector reacting and what effect on NPEs? The interview of our Managing Director, Paolo Zago, to the Italian Real Estate 4.0 Committee

Crushed between a pandemic and a war at the gates of Europe, the real estate sector is experiencing a particular market phase. Despite everything, years 2021 and the beginning of 2022, compared to the previous year, recorded in our country good signs of recovery with an increase in real estate investments of 6%. However, each asset class responds differently to external conditioning and each requires specific evaluations.

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