Risk retention for single-borrower and single-asset commercial mortgage-backed securities deals is the industry’s biggest regulatory concern for the coming year, according to an informal survey of market participants by REFI.
Commercial real estate industry groups led by CREFC and the Real Estate Roundtable are pressing regulators to abolish the requirement that investors retain 5% of single-borrower and single-asset securitizations under Dodd-Frank. “We want to see exemption for [single-asset and single-borrower] deals,” CREFC CEO Stephen Renna told REFI.
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