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    SOFR: An end user’s guide

    How SOFR, the benchmark rate chosen to replace USD LIBOR, works and what drives its movements

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    Real Estate
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    SONIA: An end user’s guide

    How SONIA, the benchmark rate chosen to replace GBP LIBOR, works and what drives its movements

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    Real Estate
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    What is a forward curve?

    A forward curve for a market index is, at a discrete moment in time, a graphical representation of the market clearing forward rates for that index.

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    Real Estate
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    Request your Q2 2020 Average Market Credit Spreads report

    The information presented in this report represents average credit spread conclusions segregated by property type and grouped by LTV for the quarter ending June 30, 2020.

    Please use this form to request your copy of the Q2 2020 Average Market Credit Spreads report from Chatham.

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    Real Estate
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    Underwriting swap exposures

    In this video hear what interest rate swap exposure is and the relevance to the loan underwriting.

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    Financial Institutions
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    Top 4 limitations in managing CRE debt in Excel

    Commercial real estate (CRE) professionals are turning their attention toward technology to optimize workflows and focus on the core of their business: managing properties/portfolios and generating returns.

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    Real Estate
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    Why hire an advisor for a lender-required swap?

    Here are some key benefits of utilizing an advisor on a lender-required swap.

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    Real Estate
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    What is an interest rate cap?

    An interest rate cap is essentially an insurance policy on a floating rate, most frequently 1-month LIBOR. It has three primary economic terms: notional, term, and strike rate.

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    Real Estate
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    What is an interest rate swap?

    An interest rate swap is a financial contract in which two parties agree to exchange distinct cashflows for a given period of time. Commercial real estate (CRE) borrowers often encounter these swaps as a component of bank lenders’ fixed-rate financing offerings.

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    Real Estate
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    Financial risk management serving commercial real estate since 1991

    Chatham Financial is the largest independent financial risk management advisory and technology firm. A leader in debt and derivative solutions, we provide access to in-depth knowledge, innovative tools, and an incomparable team to help mitigate risks associated with interest rate and FX exposures.

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    Real Estate
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    Solutions that grow with your institution

    As your financial institution grows, either organically or through acquisition, new challenges emerge. As the largest independent firm with decades of experience, partnering with Chatham Financial ensures your institution's healthy and continuous growth.

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    Financial Institutions
  • Balance Sheet Hedging
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    Optimizing and protecting your financial institution’s balance sheet

    As a completely independent firm, Chatham partners with clients to implement integrated solutions, tailoring our focus on advisory and technology in order to meet the needs and goals of your financial institution now and into the future.

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    Financial Institutions
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