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CMBS Market Evolution and Emerging Risks

WP 23-27 – We study the evolution of the private-label CMBS market from one dominated by broadly diversified long-term, fixed-rate conduit securitizations to one dominated in 2021–22 by undiversified short-term, floating-rate single-asset, single-borrower (SASB) securitizations.

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Q&A: Julapa Jagtiani on Fintech

Our Seventh Annual Fintech Conference in September brought more than 1,500 leaders and experts together to discuss the latest issues and trends related to fintech. At the lead of this effort is Julapa Jagtiani, senior economic advisor and economist. Here, Jagtiani shares details on how the conference started and what lies ahead.

Did Fintech Loans Default More During the COVID-19 Pandemic? Were Fintech Firms “Cream Skimming” the Best Borrowers?

WP 23-26 – A growing portion of consumer credit has recently been devoted to unsecured personal installment loans. Fintech firms have been active players in this market, with an increasing market share, while the market share of banks has declined.

Banking Trends: The Rise of the Single-Family REIT

Economic Insights — Why did single-family real estate investment trusts take off after the Great Financial Crisis? And should we be concerned?

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Institutions in the Third District

The lists include a summary of market statistics and each institution’s location and asset size as of the most recent quarter.

Updated: 13 Sep ’23

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Third District Banking Conditions

Third District Banking Conditions is a semiannual report comparing the trends of Third District community banks with their national peers.

Updated: 21 Aug ’23

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Large Bank Credit Card and Mortgage Data

The Large Bank Consumer Credit Data are based on FR Y-14M credit card and mortgage data provided by the largest financial institutions in the United States.

Updated: 05 Oct ’23