Roussakis, Emmanuel Nicholas
December 2010
Management & Marketing;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p99
Academic Journal
Case Study
With malls and shopping centers a dominant venue of merchandising, the case deals with a company seeking to finance the construction and development of a strip shopping center in Romania. With this kind of financing a demanding type of commercial real estate credit, the case aims to highlight the structure and pricing of construction and development lending, the requisite financial information and the critical role of other aspects of the project. The credit decision process calls for evaluating the merits of the loan request and assessing the bank's risk exposure.


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