Starwood European Real Estate Finance Ltd

Name
Starwood European Real Estate Finance Ltd
Manager
Starwood European Finance Partners Ltd
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GG00B79WC100
Sector
Property - Debt
Launched
17/12/2012
OCF
1.1 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.55
Yield
6.4 %
Fund Size
£ 421.48 million
NAV
102
Gearing
97
Discount Premium
0
Starwood European Real Estate Finance Limited seeks to invest in a diversified portfolio of real estate debt investments in the UK and European Economic Area. Whilst investment opportunities in the secondary market are considered, the main focus is to originate direct primary real estate debt investments. The Company attempts to limit downside risk by focusing on secured debt with both quality collateral and contractual protection. The typical loan term is between three and seven years. The portfolio is appropriately diversified by geography, real estate sector type, loan type and counterparty.
Holding %
PPTY US Dversfd Rl Est ETF 30.49 %
Hotel, Dublin 11.72 %
Industria P EUR 9.90 %
Hotel, Barcelona 8.97 %
Hotel And Residential, Uk 7.43 %
Hospitals, Uk 5.45 %
Hotel, Spain 5.03 %
Credit Linked Notes, Uk Real Estate 4.71 %
Ofce And Hotel, Madrid 3.60 %
Mixed Use Development, South East Uk 3.21 %
Region %
United States 76.47 %
Eurozone 12.41 %
United Kingdom 6.54 %
Sector %
Real Estate 74.10 %
Name
Starwood European Finance Partners Ltd
Address
GY1 2HL, Guernsey, Guernsey
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Not Disclosed
Joined 12/31/2014

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