Will Australia lose its stellar AAA credit rating?
June 13, 2018
Debt analysis agency Standard & Poor’s has officially placed Australia on ‘downgrade watch’, meaning the country’s stellar AAA credit rating could soon be cut. The agency decided to change Australia’s credit outlook from “stable” to “negative” following the recent election, which raised concerns about the nation’s ability to organise its budget. Now, the likelihood of […]
Will the new federal $10k cash limit be too easy to dodge?
May 28, 2018
From July 2019, the government will ban all cash payments of $10,000 or more in an effort to stop illicit or illegal transactions from taking place. The measure, which was first announced in May, is the Turnbull administration’s innovative financial solution for cutting down on the Australian black market, which is thought to be worth […]
Why real estate mezzanine debt in Asia is a good investment?
March 28, 2018
The real estate market in China and south-east Asia in the last decade has been risky and speculative because there has been a lack of availability of stock, but this is no longer the case. In the past, investors from abroad have flocked to China with the promise of optimistic returns, but delays, cost escalation […]
Why Private equity funds focused on property raise less capital?
March 6, 2018
Private equity funds focused on property raising less capital In the USA recently, fundraising on private equity funds focusing on property has experienced a downturn. Based on current trends, it seems unlikely that this will pick up this year, but what exactly does this mean for those wanting to make money from their private equity […]
What BREXIT Could Do To The Australian Commercial Property Market – Make It More Attractive
July 27, 2016
The first thing we have to understand about capital markets is that they like ‘stability.’ Countries that offer capital stability, obtain it. Countries that don’t, invariably, lose it.
What Britain’s decision to leave the EU may have done to its commercial capital markets is destabilise them.
The Oriental and Occidental: Will Australian businesses be caught in the wake of the twin tragedies?
July 27, 2016
Coming close on the heels of Greece’s macro-economic woes are China’s worsening economic indicators and market sentiment. Just when the world markets were heaving a temporary sigh of relief from a …………
Is Mezzanine Finance the best option?
July 30, 2015
With the growth of capital market, there are numerous types of debts which have become popular these days. According to Challis Capital, one of the best debt options in modern day is Mezzanine Finance.