Shripal Shah


I head the Real Estate team in London and specialise in real estate debt advisory.

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  • Real Estate
  • Debt Advisory


  • FCA qualified
  • BSc Chemistry, Nottingham University

About Shripal

Before joining JCRA I was Head of UK and Middle East Real Estate Finance at HSBC’s Global Banking and Markets division.

I have some 15 years’ experience working in the real estate sector at Barclays and HSBC. I’ve been involved in many high-profile transactions with clients such as Blackstone, Brookfield, Canary Wharf, most of the FTSE 100 REITs, property companies and house builders. I have also led some of the largest hotel portfolio financings of the last few years.

In 2014 I was part of the Mt Kili Madness team that broke the Guinness World Record for the highest altitude cricket game by playing in the crater of Mt Kilimanjaro.

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Published work

Top three Brexit risks and how to mitigate them

JCRA’s Shripal Shah unpicks the risks posed by Brexit to the UK real estate debt market.

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UK Real Estate Debt Market Report

JCRA's UK Real Estate Debt Market Report is our latest whitepaper that analyses key trends in the market over the past 24 months to December 2018.

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UK Real Estate Loan Market Insight

JCRA UK Real Estate Loan Market Insight is our latest white paper that analyses key trends in the market over the past 12 months.

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Real Estate Deal Digest Q2 2018

This short paper looks at how interest rate hedging products have been used historically in the real estate market, how ...

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UK swap rates rise following BOE Inflation report

Five-year swap rates rose 10bps to 1.3450% and the pound jumped a cent against the US dollar to $1.40 following the release of the BoE Inflation Report this afternoon. Whilst the vote to leave rates on hold was unanimous, the wording of the minutes were hawkish and a hint of an earlier rate rise, and potentially to a greater extent. The language was firm in its intention; that inflation above the 2% target will not be tolerated.

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