Commercial real estate lending

Shorter terms, higher rates: How CECL could upend lending


Bankers weigh their options in mortgage and CRE lending as implementation of a new accounting standard nears.


Acquisition, commercial loan demand boost BOK's 4Q profit


In addition to closing on its largest acquisition to date, the Tulsa, Okla., company reported double-digit growth in energy, health care and commercial real estate loans.


No quick resolution for Fannie-Freddie; deposit rate war heats up


The Trump administration will offer a framework and get Congressional input on housing finance; some online banks offer more than 2% interest on deposits.


Bad for business? Weighing shutdown’s impact on commercial loans


Credit union and bank executives say the federal work stoppage hasn’t hit business lines yet, but that could change if things drag on much longer.


M&T expects C&I lending to drive growth in 2019


Demand for commercial loans surged in the fourth quarter and executives at the Buffalo company see the momentum continuing in the new year.


Lending preview: C&I will surge, CRE will slump in 2019


Consumer lending should also be a bright spot, while mortgage lending could be suppressed by rising rates and tight housing supplies.


Ex-Wilmington Trust president gets six years for hiding bad loans


Richard Harra was also fined $300,000 for painting a false picture of the bank’s financial health at the height of the financial crisis.


Banker of the Year: Zions' Harris Simmons


His knack for public policy, dedication to technological improvements once considered the province of big banks, and willingness to tear up a business model that he and his father built make him our top Best in Banking honoree.


Regulators lift CRE concentration cap at New York Community


The move allows the New York multifamily lender to make more loans without having to raise capital.