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AIB is preparing to sell a portfolio of commercial property loans that had an original value of €750 million, according to a Bloomberg report.
The lender is likely to formally market the loan book in the first half of next year, it said, noting that such portfolios, comprising loans issued before the domestic property crash more than a decade ago, are typically sold at a discount to their par value.
“AIB has reduced NPE (non-performing exposure) levels from €31 billion in 2013 to €3.5 billion or 5.9 per cent of gross loans at September 2021. For customers in difficulty our focus has been to put in place sustainable solutions to help them and our preference is to provide these through customer engagement on a case-by-case basis,” a spokesman for the bank said, declining to comment on the report.
“Notwithstanding the considerable progress made to date, the bank’s NPE ratio remains elevated and we are committed to reaching an NPE level of circa 3 per cent, which is more in line with European levels.”
AIB has been the most active of the three remaining banks in the Irish market in 2021 in off-loading non-performing loans as the sector prepares for a belated spike in defaults next year as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. Loan sales also avoid the negative impact of banks having to set aside more provisions against commercial property management jobs debt in the coming years under so-called calendar provisioning rules and guidelines being pushed by European regulators.
In October, AIB agreed to sell €400 million of problem mortgages, known as Project Bay, to a consortium involving US-based Ellington Financial and Mars Capital Finance Ireland. Morgan Stanley has provided finance for the deal, leading to speculation that the portfolio, comprising loans deep in arrears as well as restructured debt, will be refinanced on international bond markets in the near term.
In February, the State’s largest mortgage lender agreed to sell a portfolio of mainly troubled home loans to US investment group Apollo for a discounted price of €400 million, with Mars Capital Finance Ireland contracted to service the loans.
A month earlier, the bank sold a portfolio of 620 owner-occupier mortgages, originally worth €150 million, to an “ethical” investment consortium, comprising Everyday Finance, Home for Life, Arizun Asset Management (Ireland) and LCM Partners, that is focused on mortgage-to-rent for borrowers.
Commercial Property Partner, Lincolnshire
This highly successful practice is seeking a real estate Partner.
Candidates will need to have experience in investment, asset management, development, planning, landlord and tenant, environment, funding, construction and sales or some of the above.
As a Partner you will be well networked in the Lincolnshire business community and have demonstrable skills in business development, marketing, operations, recruitment and team supervision. Chance for a senior associate to take the next step in their career or for an existing Partner to step up to a Legal 500 listed outfit with offices across Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.
Established in 1993, and with offices in Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham, Anakin Seal Legal is firmly established as one of the leading legal recruitment consultancies in the UK. The company prides itself on being able to offer commercial property management jobs complete recruitment service designed to meet the ever-changing needs of the legal profession. Anakin Seal Legal became part of the IPS Group in January 2003 and operates as an autonomous division.
The Anakin Seal Legal approach is to work with you to explore the opportunities, the cultures, the histories, the personalities, the structures of various firms and what each one may have to offer you before any contact is made with a particular firm.
Our approach is based on taking a long term view and because we have a privileged position in the legal marketplace, we are ideally positioned to advise on a wide range of recruitment and personnel issues.
All of our consultants are highly experienced and pride themselves on being able to provide the most comprehensive and practical advice available.
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Commercial property: Hardies fills 23-year-old vacancy amid restructuring
Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has appointed a senior partner and unveiled plans to expand its UK-wide operations.
The firm has also appointed three other partners amid a major restructuring of its business.
There has only been one previous senior partner in the history of the firm, Charlie Downie, who retired in 1998.
Stepping up the ladder
Twenty-three years later the vacancy has been filled by chartered surveyor and project manager Danny McArthur, who was previously head of Hardies’ central division.
Mr McArthur joined the firm as a student 25 years ago, becoming a graduate quantity surveyor two years later, a salaried partner in 2010 and then an equity partner in 2015.
Hardies has offices in Aberdeen, Inverness and eight other locations around Scotland.
Its two offices in the Granite City and Highland capital together employ eight people.
New operating structure
The company said its “comprehensive” operational restructure would see it expand from three to four geographical divisions.
Mr McArthur added: “These far-reaching rearrangements have been made to get the company in a shape fit to take it forward for the next five years in order that we can meet our challenges and take advantage of growing opportunities for a number of UK national clients.
English and Irish divisions
“These opportunities have prompted our expansion from three to four geographical divisions, due to the growth we have achieved in Glasgow and the west of Scotland in particular, following our recent acquisitions of Binnie McKenzie Partnership and Allan & Hanel Chartered Surveyors.
“With the firm now working across the whole of the UK, we have plans to open further divisions in England and Ireland next year.”
The changes see a shift from a north, central and south divisional structure, with the former south division being divided between east and west activities.
These far-reaching rearrangements have been made to get the company in a shape fit to take it forward for the next five years.”
Danny McArthur, senior partner, Hardies Property and Construction Consultants.
And the firm has replaced its “strategic partner” designation with the introduction of managing partners commercial property management jobs bring it into alignment with the organisational structure of sister firm Shepherd Chartered Surveyors.
That means former strategic partners Murray Warner and Darron McKay become managing partners of the firm’s east and the north divisions respectively.
Graeme Davidson is promoted to managing partner for the west division and Martin McConnell to managing partner for central.
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Hardies’ three new partners include David Alexander, who now leads the quantity surveying team in Edinburgh.
He is joined in the enlarged partnership by Shaun Buchan, who has relocated from Dunfermline to Edinburgh, where he now leads the building surveying team, and Graham Rolfe, who is leading the quantity surveying team in Dunfermline.
Going for growth
Mr McArthur said: “The combination of this restructure with these promotions means we are now best-positioned to maximise the opportunities arising over the years ahead as we progress our growth ambitions, while maintaining and enhancing the level of service we are renowned commercial property management jobs delivery to our expanding client base.”
Hardies has also launched commercial property management jobs new website.
Founded in 1913, the firm is one of the largest independent firms of chartered surveyors in Scotland.
It specialises in construction services, project management and building and quantity surveying, while it is also highly regarded for its valuation department.
Sister firm Shepherd, whose operations include branches in Aberdeen, Fraserburgh, Elgin, Inverness, Oban and Peterhead, is a national survey and valuation partnership with a well-established building surveying department.
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Commercial Property Solicitor
Commercial Property Solicitor, 2+ PQE, North Yorkshire. A well-regarded, successful firm in the North are actively seeking an experienced Commercial Property Solicitor to join their growing team. To apply or register your interest, call Lauren Harris on 0113 320 0575 and quote job ref: 6674
JOB TITLE: Commercial Property Solicitor
PQE REQUIRED: 2+
LOCATION: North Yorkshire
SALARY: up to £40,000 DOE
An excellent opportunity has become available for a talented Commercial Property Solicitor to handle a varied caseload under minimal supervision. This firm’s busy property team enjoy a steady stream of quality work from a broad range of clients all over the UK. This role will see the appointed Commercial Property Solicitor handle their own mixed caseload of Commercial Property matters to include landlord and tenant work, general property estate management work, refinancing work and some agricultural property matters. Applications are welcomed from experienced Solicitors who have at least 2 years’ experience handling their own caseload of Commercial Property matters. This firm have a loyal client base and a lot of their work comes from recommendations therefore applicants must be committed to providing outstanding client care. This role offers excellent career progression opportunities for the right candidate.
This leading firm offer excellent career progression opportunities and an impressive remuneration package. The firm are well-established in Yorkshire and are proud to work with legal professionals who are all experts community wide bank near me their fields.
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Contact Lauren Harris at eNL on 0113 320 0575 or email commercial property management jobs with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion. eNL will never share your CV with a third party without your express permission. As part of our candidate care process, we aim to respond to all applications in 7 days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale, your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide.
eNL is handling a number of Commercial Property vacancies throughout Yorkshire. Commercial property management jobs you are a Commercial Property Solicitor looking for a move, please call now.
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In addition, if you know any legal professionals that may be interested in a new role, remember we do offer up to £500 referral fee bonus (T&C’s apply).
Since 1999 eNL Legal has been providing job seeking legal professionals with insight, guidance and support through the recruitment process. Setting us apart from the competition is our truly personalised, tailored and confidential service.
Our friendly team are highly experienced and successful in placing the right candidates commercial property management jobs the right jobs with the right clients. All eNL consultants work to the highest standards, ensuring long-lasting client relationships that result in access to exclusive vacancies with the most prestigious law firms and in-house legal teams.
Whether you are an NQ Solicitor or an experienced Partner, seeking a permanent position or a locum role, the eNL Legal team are on hand to guide you through the process of finding the jobs most suited to you throughout the UK.
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Marin City jobs, housing assistance nonprofit hires Christina Junker as executive director
Christina Junker started work earlier this month as executive director of Marin City Community Development Corporation, a nonprofit established in the 1970s to pursue job training and housing opportunities in Marin County.
Prior to joining the group, Junker was senior director of development and communications for California at nonprofit One Step Beyond Inc. She is also the co-founder of Maloo Enterprises LLC, a sailing charter company in Brisbane.
In addition, Junker was the West Coast commercial property management jobs of Global Goodwill Ambassadors, a global humanitarian nonprofit organization and previously was a vice president and branch manager for Bank of the West and US Bank, construction project manager and business administrator at Continental Builders in California, and operations manager for Community First National Bank in Pleasanton, the group stated.
“Christina’s passion and experience made her the clear choice to lead our agency’s work and mission. She brings a unique mix of personal talent and professional experience, focused on accomplishing operational excellence and growth while putting people and communities first,” said Raphael Durr, board president for the 41-year-old Marin City group.
The organization’s programs include workforce development and job readiness training that help individuals find meaningful employment; below-market-rate affordable housing and first-time-buyer programs to help individuals become homeowners; and financial education services to teach clients how to manage finances.
Junker holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and management from Western Governors University, as well as an Associate of Arts degree in accounting from University of Phoenix.