Cross River Bank of Fort Lee, N.J., with net assets of just $2.5 billion, partnered with more than 30 tech firms to create an agile lending platform that provided over $5.4 billion in Payment Protection Program (PPP) loans. The privately held lender earned $160 million in fees, according to S&P … [Read more...] about 7.25.20: SMALL NEW JERSEY COMMUNITY BANK LEVERAGES TECHNOLOGY TO DELIVER $5.4 BILLION IN PPP LOANS
In what is one of the biggest global acquisitions to be announced this year, Marathon Petroleum Corp. has agreed to sell its chain of Speedway convenience stores and gas stations to 7-Eleven for $21 billion in cash. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2021, subject to … [Read more...] about 7.19.20: 7-ELEVEN TO BUY MARATHON PETROLEUM’S SPEEDWAY STORES FOR $21 BILLION
Commercial and multifamily mortgage bankers closed a record $573.9 billion of loans in 2018, according to MBA's 2018 Commercial Real Estate/Multifamily Finance Annual Origination Volume Summation. Solid fundamentals, growing property values, low interest rates and strong appetites from both … [Read more...] about 4.4.19: Commercial and Multifamily Mortgage Bankers Close a Record $573.9 Billion of Loans in 2018!
The results of CW Capital’s $3.2-billion bulk sale of seriously troubled CMBS conduit loans began to filter through servicer reports, according to a research piece written by Jeffries. As of the February servicer reports, 77 loans from 12 fixed-rate CMBS conduit transactions had a current balance at … [Read more...] about 2.26.14: Takeaways from CW Capital’s $3.2-Billion Troubled Loan Auction
Commercial Mortgage Alert reports $17.4 billion of U.S. CMBS are in the pipeline to price by the end of September. This figure includes two multi-borrower transactions totaling $2.9 billion that are now in the market and expected to price next week. The offerings, at approximately $1.4 billion each, … [Read more...] about 5.20.11: CMBS Pipeline: An Anticipated $17 Billion Through September 30, 2011
The U.S. Senate voted last Thursday to include a proposed $30-billion lending program in a package of aid for small businesses; two Republicans joined Democrats to support the amendment. The vote was 60 to 39, with Senators George LeMieux (R, FL) and George V. Voinovich (R, OH) delivering crucial … [Read more...] about 7.23.10: U.S. Senate Votes $30 Billion in Small-Business Aid