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This past April, GlobeSt.com reported on the potential for conflicts of interest—or investors’ perception that such conflicts exist—among special servicers engaged in workouts of CRE loans that have gone sour. Now the issue is back in the headlines, amid word that the CRE Finance Council is helping servicers and investors work on new disclosure guidelines for the servicers. The servicers “are tired of getting beaten up,” Stephen M. Renna, the council’s CEO, told the Wall Street Journal last week.

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