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With a more volatile yield curve expected in the upcoming years and continued competition for loans, net in...
Chatham Financial has executed over $100 billion total notional defeased, and returned over $169 million in residual value to borrowers.
From the start, Chatham built its reputation in real estate. Today, we're at the forefront of the industry, offering best-in-class advisory and technology services for CRE investors.
Help commercial customers make informed financing decisions by offering market-based, flexible, and transparent fixed rate solutions.
Is it time for community institutions to reconsider derivatives?
Interest rate risk management is top of mind for senior managers at financial institutions and has been Chatham’s focus for decades.
Hedge accounting can be challenging to “get right” and tough to apply, so designing an effective hedging strategy and achieving the intended results is important for financial institutions.
John Kjelstrom and Casey Irwin highlighted key drivers of debt valuation for Q2 2019. They also covered recent hot topics including market rates, the application of lending floors and volatility.
With the President signing off on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on December 22nd, 2017, financial institutions (FIs) must determine how the changes will affect their business as a whole.
Chatham’s Rob Mangrelli’s statement today at the CFTC on key challenges with the transition from LIBOR for end users.
Chatham Financial provided comment on the CFTC's proposed revision of the SEF Trade Execution Requirements, showing how these revisions could negatively impact the bespoke swaps market end users.
Chatham Financial's answers to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's request of input on Ethereum blockchain and Crypto-asset Mechanics and Markets
As your institution grows, either organically or through acquisition, new challenges emerge. Partnering with an independent firm with decades of experience can ensure growth and health.
Changing market conditions are creating real concerns for financial institution management teams and present a battle that will put core deposit stickiness to the test.
About 95% of bank accounts outside the US are denominated in some currency other than USD. Yet the percentage of wires going to international destinations in a foreign currency is in single digits.
This brief guide will draw parallels between a successful fitness plan and developing a successful commodity risk management program, citing components and implications every treasury professional