SEC’s REIT Study Could Bolster Structure’s Appeal

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s recent decision to review the status of Real Estate Investment Trusts could signal a move to codify the exemptions and special privileges the REIT structure enjoyed—not the crackdown the industry fears—said Richard Ginn, managing director at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch.

  • 20 Oct 2011

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s recent decision to review the status of Real Estate Investment Trusts could signal a move to codify the exemptions and special privileges the REIT structure enjoyed—not the crackdown the industry fears—said Richard Ginn, managing director at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch.

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