Europe represents a €1.4 trillion ($1.8 trillion) real estate debt market. For those looking for investment opportunities, the fact the market is structurally dislocated means it offers attractive yields with strong downside protection.
For the Cheyne Real Estate Debt Fund this seems to be the perfect combination. The fund allocates to real estate debt structures with the majority of assets under management (AUM) invested in the ‘Barbell’ class, a mix of senior and more junior bonds.
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