Debt Exchange to Sell RTC Loans

February 2002
American Banker;2/21/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 35, p13
Trade Publication
Reports the auction of commercial mortgage loans of Debt Exchange Inc. managed by Resolution Trust Corp. for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in Boston, Massachusetts. Collateralization of the mortgages; Need for the bidders to submit individual or combined 'All-or-None' bids for the performing tools; Availability of detailed information regarding the loan auction online.


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