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Commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) are notes that are offered to investors which are collateralised by a loan or a pool of loans secured by commercial real estate property(ies) (eg office blocks or factories). The basic structure for a CMBS transaction typically involves the following:
A special purpose vehicle (SPV) (the Issuer) is created and raises funds by issuing the CMBS notes to investors.
The Issuer utilises the proceeds from the issue of the CMBS notes to either:
purchase one or more loans (each a 'Loan) which are secured by way of a mortgage over commercial real estate property(ies) from an originating bank (the Originator), or
lend directly as the original lender of the underlying Loan(s) to the underlying borrower(s) (each a Borrower) for the purpose of acquiring commercial real estate property(ies)
the first being the more common approach than the second scenario (known as an Agency CMBS) which
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