NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) releases its CREFC Day 3 Recap. The last day of the CREFC conference began with a two-hour CRE CLO 101 course, as well as a concurrent panel that covered key developments in legislation and regulation. This was followed by two panels that were held in succession, covering the effects of a potential recession to the CRE markets and the current state of current CRE fundamentals. The three panels are summarized in the attached report.
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- CREFC Day 1 Recap
- CREFC Day 2 Recap
- 2020 CMBS Outlook: This Time Is Different?
- CRE CLO Trend Watch: 2019 Issuance Up; Subordination Levels Down
- CRE Securitization: Transitioning Away From LIBOR
- CMBS Trend Watch: December 2019
- CRE CLO Research Handbook
- KCP WeWork Exposure Update — A Deeper Dive
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