Commercial Mortgage Securities Association
CRE Finance Council is a trade organization for the commercial real estate finance markets. It was formally known as "Commercial Mortgage Securities Association" and changed its name on March 23, 2010. The CRE Finance Council is headquartered in New York City's financial district at 30 Broad Street. Along with its name change, CRE Finance Council expanded its membership and focus and added six ‘Forums’ – market constituencies that encompass the commercial mortgage industry. These Forums include Investment-Grade Bondholders, Issuers, Multifamily Lenders, Securities and Loan Investors, Portfolio Lenders and Servicers. CRE Finance Council represents more than 300 member companies.
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