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Rake structure proves riskier for CMBS investors, says S&P report

Pooling benefits are increasingly being removed from European CMBS as arrangers split pools into A/B portions or rake structure, with the A portion going to the CMBS issuer and the B portion sold as B-notes to parties outside the CMBS transaction. According to a report published by Standard &...

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