Commercial real estate lending problems are coming to the fore, possibly creating a one-two punch to banks on the heels of the tremendous losses in residential real estate. Many banks are finding themselves challenged by CRE lending, and others are looking for ways to effectively handle problem assets and troubled debt. Listen to an introduction from Julie Stackhouse, senior vice president and managing officer of the St. Louis Fed’s Banking Supervision, Credit and Center for Online Learning Division.
Streamlined and standardized procedures to make services easier.
The numbers provide clues to project when commercial and industrial vacancy rates will finally peak in several District metro areas.
Banks should ensure that a proactive risk management strategy is in place
Determination measurements include impairment, discounted cash flow and interest income recognition
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