Cbre Credit Agreement

CBRE Group, Inc.Debbie FanTreasury+1,310,606 5025debbie.fan@cbre.comorBrad BurkeInvestor Relations+1,215,921 7436brad.burke@cbre.com LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)-Oct. 31, 2017– CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG) today announced that it has entered into a new unsecured priority credit agreement providing for a five-year revolving credit facility of $2.8 billion (“revolver”) and a five-year term loan facility (“Term Loan”). With borrowers` growing demand for high-yield loans, we believe that investing in credit is an attractive opportunity, underpinned by strong market baselines. CBRE Global Investors has made $1 billion in credit investments since 2010. Through separate funds and accounts, our U.S. credit platform strives to grant and acquire full loans, B-Notes, Mezzanine and preferred equity instruments, backed by institutional quality, cash assets in the top 35 MSAs and offering attractive cash returns and tax-profitable returns. CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company based in Los Angeles, is the world`s largest commercial real estate services and investment company (by 2016 revenue). The company employs around 75,000 people (excluding related companies) and cares for property owners, investors and users of some 450 branches (excluding subsidiaries) worldwide.

CBRE offers a wide range of integrated services, including facilities, transaction and project management; Management of the house; asset management; evaluation and evaluation; rental of real estate; strategic advice; sales of real estate; Mortgage and development services. Please visit our website at www.cbre.com. “Our track record remains a clear advantage for CBRE. With a low level of debt and considerable liquidity and spare capacity from our revolving credit facility, we have liquidity and flexibility to use our capital opportunistically to further improve our market position,” said Jim Groch, the company`s chief financial officer. Amsterdam, 31 March 2020 – CBRE Global Investors has entered into a sustainable revolving credit facility (RCF) with ABN AMRO. The €45 million accordion facility The EFSI`s European Industry Fund (EIF) has a guarantee against a selection of EIF real estate with an LTV of around 40%. The sustainability loan has predefined indicators that reconcile the loan with the EIF`s ESG strategy for its portfolio and its positive effects on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The achievement of the Fund`s annual performance targets has a direct impact on the interest margin (positive and negative) under the Facility Agreement. . . .