Alleviating Europe's housing crisis through private debt

Investing in affordable housing

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Colin Greene of Union Bancaire Privée
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Colin Greene of Union Bancaire Privée

A number of factors are conspiring in many countries across Europe to cause an increasing scarcity of affordable homes. This housing crisis directly affects not only those most in need left without secure and suitable homes, but also their country’s governments, local authorities, housing providers and multinational institutions.

These stakeholders participate in their own ways in taking the crucial steps needed to increase the availability of affordable housing. Market players may even have several roles - a government can be...

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