Natixis, Ivanhoe bring debut US green CMBS deal

Natixis and Ivanhoé Cambridge have teamed up to sell the first green CMBS deal in the US, backed by an energy efficient Manhattan office building, in a move that could encourage other real estate lenders to follow as interest builds in using securitization as a tool for green financing.

  • By David Bell
  • 06 Jul 2017
The $811m Credit Suisse sponsored CSAIL 2017-C8 conduit deal, which was priced on June 20, included a $72m green tranche backed by segregated cashflows from a loan secured

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