“Same As It Ever Was? CMBS 5 years After the Disaster”, MBAofNY Luncheon Panel
Mortgage Bankers Association of NY, (MBAofNY) will host a CMBS luncheon panel on March 26th at The Cornell Club of NY, 6 E 44th Street, NYC. The panel will be moderated by Joseph Forte of DLA Piper LLP, a prominent commercial RE finance attorney and long time leader in the CMBS business. Joseph will be joined by other CMBS leaders on the panel including: Christopher LaBianca of UBS; Sally Gordon of BlackRock; Doug Mazer of Wells Fargo; Ryan Severino of REIS, Inc. and Daniel Rubock of Moody's Investors Service. The panel will discuss the Financial Crisis and its aftermath, including how federal regulators are trying to change market practices, how the markets have reacted and the uncertain future of commercial real estate financing and CMBS. Registration and details at www.mbany.org or call 516 997-3707. MBAofNY Members $95, Non-Members $125.
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Middle Market Digest
Here’s a look at this week's trends, announcements and deals that you may have missed in the country’s North West region.