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Capitalising on the CMBS market – Ensuring deal efficiency in a time of increased investor appetite

The panel

  • Lisa Pendergast, Executive Director, Commercial Real Estate Finance Council (CREFC)
  • Alexa Ogilvie, Account Executive, Intralinks
  • Christopher LaBianca, Managing Director, Real Estate Finance, UBS
  • Edward Shugrue, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, Riverpark Funds
  • Moderator: Phil Harding, Commercial Editor, Risk.net

Market experts are forecasting a 14% rebound for securitisation in 2021, increasing to approximately $1.2 trillion in issuance. Does your firm have the tools to seize these opportunities?

With the current landscape indicating a better outlook for the commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) market, interest from investors is on the rise. CMBS issuance was down by more than 40% in 2020, and large pockets of uncertainty remain, but the market is stabilising due to long-term support from well-capitalised sponsors, more stringent underwriting and increasing risk and governance controls.

As markets in the US and China take the lead, how are deal teams overcoming laborious processes to ensure they can capitalise on these opportunities while mitigating risk?

Key topics discussed in this webinar:

  • Why investors have a renewed interest in this market and the trends driving this interest
  • Increasing efficiency when bringing deals to the market and capitalising on increased interest
  • Implementing more stringent risk and governance controls around these deals
  • Overcoming challenges hindering the deal process
  • Making transactions more efficient and the cost of new technology
  • Effectively managing data challenges.
 
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