With the continued growth of the global real estate crisis, debt from the economic collapse in the sector could be a diamond in the rough for the institutional masses, Mercer said Wednesday.

The Marsh & McLennan subsidiary stated in its Nov. 10 announcement that pension funds and fellow institutional investors can capitalize on options for “nonbank lenders to selectively and profitably bridge” the funding gap from the sector’s “significant value destruction.”

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