Troy Doll Authors Article in CRE Finance World on CLO Loan Origination

Institutional Investment and Finance   |   Banking, Commercial, and Consumer Finance   |   Real Estate   |   June 10, 2019
Carlton Fields real estate and commercial finance attorney Troy Doll authored an article in CRE Finance World titled, “CLO Loan Origination: Avoiding Pitfalls in Structuring Future Mezzanine Debt.” The article discusses what to do and what not do when documenting a loan at origination.
Any floating rate loan originated by a CRE CLO (Commercial Real Estate Collateralized Loan Obligation) issuer could end up in a CLO pool, and therefore the parties need to consider securitization standards, future infusions of funding, and the appropriate level of liquidity.
Doll advises that taking the time to think ahead at the start can address any immediate issues that arise and prevent future problems.
Read the article.

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