Goldman Preps Breakthrough Italian CMBS; Other Banks Consider Euro Conduit Programs

Goldman Sachs is marketing the first commercial mortgage-backed securities deal backed by Italian assets since 2006 and what two market participants said was also the first CMBS since the crisis to be backed by new loans, as opposed to refinancing legacy assets.

  • 03 Dec 2013
Goldman Sachs is marketing the first commercial mortgage-backed securities deal backed by Italian assets since 2006 and what two market participants said was also the first CMBS since the crisis to be backed by new loans, as opposed to refinancing legacy assets. Meanwhile, bank CMBS conduits may be ...

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