Charlotte
704.339.1712 Direct
704.339.1701 Fax
cbetler@winstead.com

Christy-Anne Betler is a member of Winstead's Real Estate Finance Practice Group. She represents financial, investment and other lending institutions in a variety of commercial real estate transactions with extensive experience in real estate finance.

Representative Experience

  • Representation Lending: Representation of national CMBS and other fixed-income lenders on financing transactions
  • Securitization: Issuer, trustee, master and special servicer representation in CMBS securitizations and related transactions
  • Servicing: Counsel to master and special servicers on servicing matters including consents, assumptions, partial releases, transfer of servicing, workouts, forbearance arrangements, foreclosures and related litigation
  • Swaps: Counsel to swap providers of interest rate, currency and commodity derivative transactions in the review and negotiation of credit facilities and drafting of supporting documentation
  • Support for an investment bank's fixed income group on a variety of legal matters, including the execution and management of RMBS and CLO offerings and liquidations

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