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Morningstar Credit to rate CRE collateralized loan obligations

Morningstar Credit Ratings LLC published an appendix to its U.S. commercial mortgage-based securities conduit ratings methodology that highlights the process the company will apply when it rates pools of commercial real estate collateralized loan obligations.

The company will utilize its CRE credit model as the basis for calculating expected losses for a pool of transitional CRE loans.

The CRE CLO version of the company's credit model accounts for structural features not present or allowable under a real estate mortgage investment conduit, such as future funding components and ramp up and reinvestment periods, in addition to adjusting its approach to assessing diversity within a CRE CLO transaction.