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4th Real Estate Mezzanine Financing Summit - March 8th New York

iGlobal Forum is pleased to announce the 4th Real Estate Mezzanine Financing Summit due to take place on May 8th, 2013 in New York City. The gap between first mortgage lending and the equity that investors have to re-finance deals continues to drive the market for mezzanine debt

Ireland's global popularity up as we deal with issues

It is reported in todays Irish Independent by Mark Keenen that IRELAND'S international 'brand' gained significantly last year based on the admiration in other countries for how we have coped with our economic problems

Anglo debt deal to save State €14.4bn, says Davy Stockbrokers

It is reported in todays Irish Independent that STOCKBROKERS Davy has estimated that the deal on the controversial promissory note will save the State €14.4bn in interest costs on average over the next 18 years.

S&P upgrades Irish outlook

RATINGS agency Standard & Poor’s has raised its outlook for Ireland to stable from negative.

Former Anglo Irish to be liquidated

It is reported in today`s Irish independent the former Anglo Irish Bank is to be liquidated after emergency laws were enacted overnight

Etsy Inc. is to establish its new EMEA Headquarters in Dublin

Decision by industry-leading online marketplace for creative goods to locate in Dublin further enhances Ireland’s reputation as “Internet Capital of Europe"

iGlobal Forum is pleased to announce the 8th Real Estate Private Equity Summit

iGlobal Forum is pleased to announce the 8th Real Estate Private Equity Summit in New York on 6th March 2013

Irish Investment Market Review - DTZ

A steadily improving economy coupled with a strong finish to the year lifted the Irish investment market to its best performance in five years in 2012. Total turnover for 2012 stood at €624 million, representing a significant increase on 2011 levels.

Record yield on SAP HQ on €14m deal as IWI come close

Richard Coffey, Managing Partner at Ireland World Investments said he was extremely disappointed that IWI were not successful in their bid for the property SAP Ireland for private clients.

NAMA set to offload €1.15bn of Irish property-backed loans

It is reported in today`s Irish Independent that NAMA is set to launch its biggest sale of Irish property-backed loans, with €1.15bn of loans hitting the market.

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