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 One of the biggest reasons for bank failures during the recession was failure in Commercial Real Estate portfolios.

 One of the biggest reasons for bank failures during the recession was failure in Commercial Real Estate portfolios. Loan standards spiraled out of control and banks were unprepared for the crash that followed.  The CRE market is sluggishly growing and multi-family has been steadily improving; however, there is skepticism about its sustainability. The CMBS market is slowly improving as well but faces a significant amount of loans from 2007 that are maturing. As the CRE market slowly continues to make progress, banks are worried about managing their portfolios appropriately to avoid loss and are seeking out the best ways to deal with the issues that arose from the downturn. 

 
By attending this event, industry leaders will be able to work with conservative appraisers to find the correct valuation for a property and evaluate recent trends in the CMBS market to determine its effect on the CRE market. 
 
Attending This Conference Will Enable You To: 
1. Hone the stress testing process to go beyond minimal regulatory expectations 
2. Examine the CMBS market to determine its impact on CRE 
3. Examine regulatory issues in CRE 
4. Find clarity in murky property valuations to accurately measure your portfolio 
5. Evaluate the current status of the CRE market 
6. Properly utilize troubled debt restructuring and loan workouts to manage risk 
7. Maintain sound underwriting standards as the market bounces back 
8. Look toward the future to determine how CRE lending can continue to grow 
 
Industry leaders attending this conference will benefit from a dynamic presentation format consisting of workshops, panel discussions and case studies. Attendees will experience highly interactive conference sessions, 10-15 minutes of Q&A time after each presentation, 4+ hours of networking, and exclusive online access to materials post-event.