The $36.3 billion-asset bank reported double-digit growth in C&I loans, commercial real estate loans and specialty loans to the private-equity, entertainment and energy industries in the third quarter.
MUFG Union Bank is counting on Wendy Breuder — a proven revenue generator — to use her considerable analytical skills to find meaningful cost savings through the consolidation and relocation of office space.
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act was created after 9/11 to serve as a crucial federal backstop for commercial real estate insurers, but an analysis of alternatives to fund the program reveals the continued challenges of measuring and predicting terror risk.
So-called transitional lending has traditionally been kept on balance sheet; but it’s become attractive to bundle the loans for transactions called (take a deep breath) commercial real estate collateralized loan obligations. Can investors stomach the features these deals sported before the crisis?