Rabobank To Buy Back CMBS Notes

Rabobank is looking to buy back notes from the first securitization of its FGH Bank subsidiary, Skyline 2007, next week.

  • 13 May 2009

--Cristina Pittelli

Rabobank is looking to buy back notes from the first securitization of its FGH Bank subsidiary, Skyline 2007, next week. The bank wants to purchase bonds from four of the commercial mortgage securitization deals’ €462 million ($629 million) outstanding in six classes of notes, potentially because of ...

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