Bank Execs Strike Upbeat Tone Despite CRE Mess

Monks, Matthew
December 2009
American Banker;12/31/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 231, p16
Trade Publication
The author reports that banking executives from such lenders as KeyCorp and Fifth Third Bancorp are maintaining that their exposure in commercial real estate loans is under control. However, the author mentions that investors worry that a long period of economic recovery may make it difficult for businesses to service and retire their commercial mortgages.


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