CMBS Troubled Without TALF; RMBS Just Troubled

When the government ends its Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility in March, commercial mortgage-backed securities will be the sector that struggles the most to make it without government assistance, according to panelists speaking on the “Restoring the Private Securitization Market and Unwinding Government Support Programs” panel today at ASF2010.

  • 01 Feb 2010

--Libby Sallaberry

When the government ends its Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility in March, commercial mortgage-backed securities will be the sector that struggles the most to make it without government assistance, according to panelists speaking on the “Restoring the Private Securitization Market and Unwinding Government Support Programs” panel today ...

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