JPM Securitization To Pay Down CMBS 1.0 Loans

30 Sep 2010

Nearly half of the collateral underlying J.P. Morgan’s upcoming $1.1 billion commercial mortgage-backed securities deal may be resecuritizations of loans from older vintage deals, according to Barclays Capital analysts Julia Tcherkassova and Keerthi Rhagavan.

--Graham Bippart

Nearly half of the collateral underlying JP Morgan’s upcoming $1.1 billion commercial mortgage-backed securities deal may be resecuritizations of loans from older vintage deals, according to Barclays Capital analysts Julia Tcherkassova and Keerthi Rhagavan.

The original loans were originated and securitized by various lenders and CMBS desks, ...

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