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Real Estate Financing and Refinancing: Environmental Risks for Borrowers and Lenders
May 13, 2015
-Ed Morales, Senior Vice President, Marsh
-Dianne Crocker, Senior Analyst, EDR Insight
-Jared Dubrowsky, Vice President, Marsh
-Samantha Runyon, Senior Vice President, Marsh
As commercial real estate lending starts to slowly ramp up, it’s time to revisit the environmental risks associated with commercial properties—and how they can best be managed. Environmental conditions, unknown pre-existing factors and new releases can surface during the due diligence prior to loan origination and refinancing — and even during term of a loan. These risks can put financial strain on borrowers, and in the event of default, pose a significant risk to lenders.
Despite the exposures, there are several solutions that can protect your organization, its lenders, and other stakeholders.
The webcast will cover risks that borrowers and lenders face during real estate financing and insurance and other solutions that are available to mitigate them and enable financing and associated real estate transactions and development.
During the webcast, our panel of experts will discuss:
-Changing dynamics in today’s commercial real estate lending sector
-Environmental risks faced by lenders and borrowers
-Specialty solutions to manage environmental risks
Stakeholders who will benefit include:
-Risk managers at financial institutions
-Borrowers who purchase commercial real estate
-Real estate companies and developers