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Nina Flitman

Nina Flitman - Senior Writer

Podcast 55 min listen

Rich Pickings podcast: Outlook 2024

Richard Edgar is joined by Fidelity's heads of investment to discuss the investment outlook for 2024.

Richard Edgar + 8 others | 19 November 2023

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Solid foundations support stable outlook for German real estate

Solid foundations support stable outlook for German real estate

Cian O'Sullivan + 1 other | 9 November 2023

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: A buffer zone for the leveraged loan market

Chart Room: A buffer zone for the leveraged loan market

Ellie Piper + 1 other | 13 October 2023

Article 6 min read

Private Credit Quarterly Outlook: a fork in the road

Private Credit Market Outlook: a fork in the road

Michael Curtis + 4 others | 14 September 2023

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Taking stock of warehouse rents

Chart Room: Taking stock of warehouse rents

Cian O'Sullivan + 1 other | 7 September 2023

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Why real estate location is only part of the answer to diversifying investments

Chart Room: Why real estate location is only part of the answer to diversifying investments

Pete Anwyll + 1 other | 10 August 2023

Podcast 41 min listen

Rich Pickings podcast: Challenging the narrative on recession, inflation and rates

Steve Ellis, Anna Stupnystka and Rosanna Burcheri compare where they diverge from the consensus views on recession risk and monetary policy.

Richard Edgar + 5 others | 26 July 2023

Article 2 min read

European real estate on road to recovery as US lags behind

European real estate on road to recovery as US lags behind

Aymeric de Sérésin + 2 others | 20 July 2023

Article 6 min read

Private Credit Quarterly Outlook: tensions mount but resilience reigns

Private credit markets have proven resilient. But this is not to say that the sector has been completely unaffected, nor that there won't be casualties ahead.

Michael Curtis + 4 others | 23 June 2023

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Leveraged borrowers feel the squeeze as debt costs rise

Chart Room: Leveraged borrowers feel the squeeze as debt costs rise interest cost ratios

Craig Topp + 1 other | 22 June 2023

Article 4 min read

Fundamentals: A new era for weight loss drugs

New weight loss drugs stemming from diabetes treatment may change how the world deals with obesity, but health systems are not yet set up to deliver it widely.

Matthew Cook + 2 others | 10 May 2023

Article 7 min read

Direct lending: finding a niche beyond the hype

Direct lending: finding a niche beyond the hype

Tim Johnston + 1 other | 3 May 2023

Article 5 min read

Warehouses are stockpiling a real estate value play

Warehouses are stockpiling a real estate value play

Maarten Frouws + 2 others | 18 April 2023

Article 4 min read

European commercial real estate remains more robust than US

European commercial real estate remains more robust than US

Kim Politzer + 1 other | 11 April 2023

Article 2 min read

Leveraged loans hold steady through Fed pivots: a story in three charts

Leveraged loans hold steady through Fed pivots: a story in three charts

Camille McLeod-Salmon + 2 others | 5 April 2023

Article 3 min read

Private credit offers alternative as banking pressure rises

Private credit offers alternative as banking pressure rises

Michael Curtis + 1 other | 28 March 2023

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Technical bid buoys loan market as buyouts dry up

Chart Room: Technical bid buoys loan market as buyouts dry up

Niall Dunning + 1 other | 23 March 2023

Article 2 min read

Certain banks struggle but sector remains solid

Certain banks struggle but sector remains solid

Ned Salter + 1 other | 17 March 2023

Article 6 min read

Regime change comes into focus for private markets

Regime change comes into focus for private markets

Michael Curtis + 4 others | 16 March 2023

Article 2 min read

SVB sell-off shows where market weaknesses lie, but contagion unlikely

SVB sell-off shows where market weaknesses lie, but contagion unlikely

Lee Sotos + 1 other | 10 March 2023

Article 4 min read

The phone is mightier than the pen: direct lending opens the line to engagement

The phone is mightier than the pen: direct lending opens the line to engagement

Ilina Gunzinger + 1 other | 22 February 2023

Article 6 min read

Readying for a real estate recovery

Readying for a real estate recovery

Kim Politzer + 2 others | 6 February 2023

Article 5 min read

Analyst Survey 2023: Companies prepare for a world after cheap financing

Companies prepare for a world after cheap financing

Gita Bal + 2 others | 6 February 2023

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: A regulatory cliff edge for unrentable European offices

Chart Room: A regulatory cliff edge for unrentable European offices

Anita Krajinovic-Bilos + 1 other | 2 February 2023

Article 3 min read

Fundamentals: Building Paris every week

Retrofitting is the answer to slashing real estate's huge carbon bill, says analyst Cian O'Sullivan in our latest Fundamentals episode.

Cian O'Sullivan + 1 other | 19 January 2023

Article 3 min read

Leveraged loan market looks to inspire real change with amendment spree

Leveraged loan market looks to inspire real change with amendment spree

Camille McLeod-Salmon + 1 other | 12 January 2023

Article 6 min read

As banks retreat, the mid-market taps direct lenders

As banks retreat, the mid-market taps direct lenders

Marc Preiser + 1 other | 14 December 2022

Article 4 min read

Le Prélude: Introducing the office of the future

Le Prélude: introducing the office of the future

Christopher Lyon Lynch + 1 other | 6 December 2022

Blog 2 min read

Chart room: Leveraged loan market relatively resilient as downturn looms

Chart room: Leveraged loan market relatively resilient as downturn looms

Camille McLeod-Salmon + 1 other | 17 November 2022

Article 4 min read

The glory of the grey stuff: the technology changing real estate’s carbon future

The glory of the grey stuff: the technology changing real estate’s carbon future

Anita Krajinovic-Bilos + 2 others | 15 November 2022

Article 4 min read

Structured credit: a bogeyman of the GFC could now play a different role

Structured credit: a bogeyman of the GFC could now play a different role

Hayley Misselbrook + 1 other | 25 October 2022

Article 4 min read

Beyond the ratchets; how leveraged loans can truly embrace ESG

Beyond the ratchets; how leveraged loans can truly embrace ESG

Oliver Newman + 1 other | 24 October 2022

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: As the energy crisis bites, occupiers see value in green buildings

Chart Room: As the energy crisis bites, occupiers see value in green buildings

Adrian Benedict + 2 others | 29 September 2022

Article 3 min read

A new spark in a long-term relationship: insurers in the private markets

A new spark in a long-term relationship: insurers in the private markets

Ghislain Perisse + 1 other | 21 September 2022

Article 3 min read

Green or bust: The future of real estate

Green or bust: The future of real estate

Adrian Benedict + 1 other | 30 August 2022

Blog 2 min read

Chart Room: A tricky market for CLOs prompts innovation

Chart Room: A tricky market for CLOs prompts innovation

Cyrille Javaux + 1 other | 18 August 2022

Article 2 min read

Chart Room: Leveraged loan returns bounce back, but for how long?

Chart Room: Leveraged loan returns bounce back, but for how long?

Craig Topp + 1 other | 4 August 2022

Article 3 min read

Private debt: from dinosaur to dynamic funding model

Private debt: from dinosaur to dynamic funding model

Camille McLeod-Salmon + 1 other | 18 July 2022

Article 3 min read

Sunflowers and scarcity: The Ukraine war’s impact on private debt

Sunflowers and scarcity: The Ukraine war’s impact on private debt

Mikko Iso-Kulmala + 2 others | 19 May 2022

Blog 2 min read

Private debt does some heavy lifting in Twitter buyout

Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter is one of the most talked about leveraged buyouts of the decade, utilising both public and private debt markets.

Nick Haaijman + 1 other | 5 May 2022

Blog 2 min read

Direct lenders take a larger chunk of smaller loan deals

Direct lenders are funding a growing proportion of the European mid-market, with the smallest deals seeing the biggest rise.

Michael Curtis + 1 other | 31 March 2022

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