CRE In Focus

Providing timely events and insights on the challenges facing the commercial real estate markets

Upcoming Events

30
Sep
Roundtable

IFRS 9 Roundtable for Insurers: CRE & Investment Strategies

Join Moody’s Analytics and our subject matter experts for a virtual roundtable to learn and discuss the upcoming changes brought on by the ECL requirements within IFRS 9. Together, we will discuss the fundamental principles of the accounting standard and delve into some of the real-life implications other companies have seen and experienced.  

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webinar
Moody's Investors Service
05
Oct

国内証券化商品

長引くコロナ禍がもたらすアセットパフォーマンスの変化と今後の見通し

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Past Events

webinar
Moody's Analytics
11
Aug

Aftershock: The Impact of COVID-19 on Lending in the 2nd Half of 2020 – An Update on CRE

This webinar provided expert insight and trend analysis of CRE lending in the age of COVID-19.

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Part of CRE In Focus
webinar
Moody's
22
Jul

COVID-19 and the Debt Market for US Multifamily and Commercial Real Estate

An update with the Mortgage Bankers Association

Moody's held an interactive discussion with Jamie Woodwell, Vice President, Research and Economics at the Mortgage Bankers Association, to discuss the latest trends for loans supported by multifamily and commercial properties, given COVID-19.

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Part of CRE In Focus
webinar
Moody's Analytics
15
Jul

Managing the Shock to Commercial Real Estate: A Practical Approach to Quantify Loan Performance

In this session, panelists presented an in-depth analysis of CRE loan performance and credit risks under Moody’s latest economic and real estate scenarios. In a case study format, we illustrated how to translate an economic outlook into loan-level measures of credit risk to help you better quantify and manage the performance of your CRE portfolio.

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Part of CRE In Focus
webinar
Moody's Analytics
13
Jul

Accounting for Credit Losses in CRE: A Case Study Webinar

Credit loss forecasting models are only as effective as the data on which they were built, and few, if any, were designed to capture the effects a sudden pandemic would unleash on the U.S. economy. In times like this, how are financial institutions determining the right amount to set aside for future credit losses? In this discussion, panelists presented a case study on an approach to quantitatively model credit risk in a range of economic scenarios, and adjust the results to capture information that models may not consider.

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