sections

Monday, 24 September 2018

Joy Wiltermuth' s stories

Sort by: Newest firstOldest firstA-ZZ-A

  • Rising student debt burden could fall to the US government

    Structured Finance | 24 August 2018

    Repayment of the US$1.5trn US student loan burden will mostly fall to the government unless new plans are designed that help borrowers chip away at their debts, S&P said in a report.

  • Graduation ceremony

    Rising student debt burden could fall to US government

    Ticker | 22 August 2018

    Repayment of the US$1.5trn US student loan burden will mostly fall to the government unless new plans are designed that help borrowers chip away at their debts, S&P said in a new report.

  •  A Royal Bank of Scotland branch

    Crisis-era mortgage probe nears end with RBS settlement

    Top News | 17 August 2018

    A multi-year investigation by US regulators into the role that big banks played in creating toxic mortgage securities nearly a decade ago is now drawing to a close.

  • 666 Fifth Ave debt paid, except for a note with no hope

    Structured Finance | 17 August 2018

    The long saga surrounding the future of 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City has drawn to a close, but not without more than a hundred million dollars in bonds used to finance the trophy building taking a loss.

  • Top NYC pre-crisis CMBS loans

    Structured Finance | 17 August 2018

    The bulk of money borrowed to finance the purchase of 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City has finally been repaid following a tumultuous decade that included a near-default and major debt restructuring.

  • US dollar bills

    US household debt climbs to US$13.29trn: NY Fed

    Ticker | 14 August 2018

    Total US household debt jumped to a record US$13.29trn in the second quarter, marking the 16th quarter in a row with an increase, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said on Tuesday.

  • A building at 666 Fifth Avenue, owned by Kushner Companies

    666 Fifth Ave debt paid, except for a note with no hope

    Ticker | 13 August 2018

    The long saga surrounding the future of 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City has drawn to a close, but not without more than a hundred million dollars in bonds used to finance the trophy building taking a loss.

  • NBC logos are seen on a door with buildings around Rockefeller Center reflected in the background at the home of NBC's studios, in New York

    Top NYC pre-crisis CMBS loans

    Ticker | 13 August 2018

    The bulk of money borrowed to finance the purchase of 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City has finally been repaid following a tumultuous decade that included a near default and major debt restructuring.

  • Warehousing and industrial units are seen for sale and to let in south east London

    Cracks appear in CMBS as risky B pieces get downgraded

    Ticker | 10 August 2018

    Downgrades to the B-piece portion of post-crisis commercial property bonds are on the rise this year, driving up the risks of losses to the very investors who took up these bonds for a yield pick-up.

  • Cracks appear in CMBS B-piece ratings

    Structured Finance | 10 August 2018

    Downgrades to the B-piece portion of post-crisis commercial property bonds are on the rise this year, driving up the risks of losses to the very investors who took up these bonds for a yield pickup.