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CMBS and the Real Estate Lawyer 2018: Lender and Borrower Issues in the Capital Market

Publication Date: February 2018 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402430725 Page Count: 516 pages

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Capital Markets Mortgage: A Ratable Model for Main Street and Wall Street (1996) Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 2: A Securitization Primer Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 3: Scott Sinder and Jason Abel, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Letter to CRE Finance Council Re: Final Risk Retention Rule (October 23, 2014) Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 4: Representations and Warranties—The Capital Markets Context Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 5: CMBS Overview (PowerPoint slides) Joseph Franzetti ~ Senior Vice President, Berkadia Commercial Mortgage LLC
Chapter 6: CMBS Lending in the New Era of Credit Risk Retention Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 7: Model Representations and Warranties Proposed by Commercial Real Estate Finance Council Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 8: Rating North American CMBS Interest-Only Certificates (March 2017) Erin E Stafford ~ Managing Director, DBRS, Inc.
Chapter 9: North American Single-Asset/Single-Borrower Methodology (March 2017) Erin E Stafford ~ Managing Director, DBRS, Inc.
Chapter 10: North American CMBS Multi-borrower Rating Methodology (March 2017) Erin E Stafford ~ Managing Director, DBRS, Inc.
Chapter 11: U.S. and Canadian Multiborrower CMBS Rating Criteria (May 24, 2017) Stephanie Petosa ~ Managing Director, Structured Finance, Fitch Ratings
Chapter 12: Letters to Investment Groups (November 16, 2015) Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 13: William B. Dunn and Joseph Philip Forte, Loan Closing Legal Opinions and Rating Agencies: Disclosure Not Reliance Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 14: Scott Sinder and Jason Abel, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Letter to CRE Finance Council Re: SEC Final Reg AB II Rule (September 3, 2014) Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 15: Mezzanine Finance: A Legal Background Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 16: Creating the Securitized Asset: Key Post Crisis Issues for Special Purpose Entities and Non-Recourse Carve-Outs (November 2017) Steven G Horowitz ~ Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
Chapter 17: Componentizing the Securitized Asset (PowerPoint slides) David W Forti ~ Dechert LLP
Chapter 18: Securitized Mortgage Loans—Tax Basics Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 19: North American Commercial Mortgage Servicer Evaluations (August 2017) Erin E Stafford ~ Managing Director, DBRS, Inc.
Chapter 20: Solving the Mortgage Tax Barrier to Defeasance in New York (2000) Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 21: 2018 Outlook—Despite Looming Challenges, Overall Credit Quality Will Remain Steady (December 4, 2017) Daniel B Rubock ~ Senior Vice President, Moody's Investors Service, Inc.
Chapter 22: Sample “Servicing Standard” Definitions Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 23: CRE Finance Council, 17g-5 Proposed Best Practices: Communication Mechanics Under Pooling and Servicing Agreements Stacy G Ackermann ~ K&L Gates LLP
Chapter 24: Working Out Securitized Mortgage Loans Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 25: CMBS North American Surveillance (March 2017) Erin E Stafford ~ Managing Director, DBRS, Inc.
Chapter 26: Topsy-Turvy: The World of Commercial Real Estate Finance Turned Upside Down Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Chapter 27: Sally Gordon, Glossary of Terms: Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) Joseph Philip Forte ~ Sullivan & Worcester LLP
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Meredith J Kane, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
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