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Big-name funds pile into real estate debt as banks retreat

LONDON (Reuters) -Some of the world’s largest investors are making deeper inroads into lending to commercial property, as they snap up market share from retreating banks and bet on an end to the sharp drops in real estate prices. U.S. fund firms PGIM, LaSalle and Nuveen, Canada’s Brookfield and QuadReal, Britain’s M&G, Schroders and Aviva, and France’s AXA all told Reuters they plan to increase their credit exposure to property. “If I look at our strongest bet currently, it’s probably real estate debt,” said Isabelle Scemama, who heads up AXA’s 183 billion euro ($198 billion) alternative investments arm.

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