Our press releases and media coverage in international publications.
Morningstar | November 2018
Oxane Partners, a technology-driven solutions provider to the alternative investments industry, today announced signing long term engagements with four New York based firms in the last six months, strengthening its foothold in the US market.
Firestarters | October 2018
We are pleased to share that Oxane Partners has been featured in the 'Top 10 PropTech Companies' to watch in Firestarters, a PropertyEU publication. Our Commercial Real Estate solution, Oxane CREST, has been recognized as one of its kind that's transforming the way real estate deals are screened, analyzed and managed.
Property Funds World | September 2018
Oxane Partners, a solutions provider to the real estate and alternative investments industry, has appointed Yousuf Attarwala to the newly created role of Head of Loan Servicing. Attarwala will be based out of Oxane’s London office.
Structured Credit Investor | March 2018
The ECB's latest non-performing loan provisioning guidelines are expected to trigger increased synthetic NPL securitisation issuance. Nevertheless, defining a credit event for a portfolio of loans that are already non-performing remains a significant challenge.
Creditflux | October 2017
Oxane Partners has emerged as one of the foremost valuations specialists in the NPL market. The firm has analysed numerous loan books on behalf of fund managers over the past three years where Oxane is winning an increasing number of mandates.
PropertyEU | October 2017
Technology’s impact on commercial real estate (CRE) financing markets is, so far, embryonic. But the signposts for change are unmistakable. There are at least four identifiable and intertwined trends driving an inevitable digital transformation of CRE financing markets.
Asset Backed Alert | September 2015
Oxane Partners, a startup that helps investors analyze structured products and loan pools, is opening a U.S. office. The New York outpost would be led by an unnamed partner who is slated to arrive late this year or early next year.
Bloomberg | October 2014
They were the bank assets nobody would touch during Europe’s financial crisis. Late payments on credit cards, underwater mortgages and failed loans to small businesses. Now everybody wants them.
Creditflux | August 2014
Two former Deutsche Bank structured credit officials are building a new business in which they propose to take on a host of tasks normally undertaken by dealers on behalf of buy-side firms.