PIF lender SRC acquires new housing portfolio from Banque Saudi Fransi
The company expects the acquisition to provide “long-term liquidity to the housing market”
A view The King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Image used for illustrative purpose.
By Staff Writer, Arab News
DUBAI: The Saudi Real Estate Refinance Company has signed its second housing finance portfolio purchase with Banque Saudi Fransi.
The company, which is wholly owned by the Public Investment Fund, expects the acquisition to provide “long-term liquidity to the housing market.”
“We have illustrated to primary originators in the Kingdom the crucial role we play in developing the housing market and supporting their businesses through liquidity and risk management solutions,” SRC chief Fabrice Susini said.
It follows other partnerships with banks and real estate finance companies in the Kingdom, as SRC seeks to promote stability in the real estate finance market.
“SRC has played a vital role in ensuring that the Vision 2030 housing program objectives are being met and we expect ourselves to play a significant role in this by supporting them,” Rayan Fayez, managing director and chief executive officer of BSF, said.
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