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Top Lenders 2006

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Top Loan Contributors to CMBS 2006

2006

2005

Rank Lender Fixed
Rate
Floating
Rate
Total
Vol$mln
Mkt
Shr%
2005
Rank
Vol
$mln
1 Wachovia Securities 17,572.36 3,010.92 20,583.28 10.16 1 16,431.69
2 Credit Suisse 11,261.69 5,125.29 16,386.98 8.09 3 12,763.36
3 Bank of America 11,196.02 2,509.82 13,705.84 6.77 2 12,827.20
4 JPMorgan Chase 10,800.38 1,671.09 12,471.47 6.16 5 9,853.15
5 Lehman Brothers 9,422.68 2,355.36 11,778.04 5.81 7 8,536.59
6 Morgan Stanley 8,437.65 2,117.02 10,554.67 5.21 6 9,612.06
7 Deutsche Bank 7,455.40 3,031.94 10,487.34 5.18 4 9,958.63
8 Merrill Lynch 6,524.36 2,326.36 8,850.72 4.37 10 6,716.75
9 LaSalle Bank 8,083.89 85.23 8,169.12 4.03 12 4,375.48
10 Bear Stearns 5,876.35 2,126.69 8,003.04 3.95 9 6,871.44
11 RBS Greenwich 7,027.09 958.69 7,985.78 3.94 8 7,928.22
12 Citigroup 5,736.33 1,415.14 7,151.47 3.53 16 3,534.94
13 Goldman Sachs 4,609.42 594.44 5,203.86 2.57 11 6,564.20
14 UBS 4,935.89 164.57 5,100.46 2.52 17 3,475.24
15 Countrywide Commercial 4,240.02 376.57 4,616.59 2.28 19 3,025.33
16 Nomura Securities 3,936.19 392.59 4,328.78 2.14 15 3,661.65
17 CIBC World Markets 3,944.17 0 3,944.17 1.95 21 2,918.33
18 Wells Fargo 3,817.10 92.13 3,909.23 1.93 13 4,102.55
19 Capmark 3,626.38 0 3,626.38 1.79 23 2,781.44
20 Ixis Real Estate Capital 2,920.39 247.74 3,168.13 1.56 20 2,987.50
21 Eurohypo 2,164.70 868.34 3,033.04 1.50 22 2,828.20
22 Principal Financial 2,904.43 0 2,904.43 1.43 26 2,213.42
23 PNC Bank 2,769.65 0 2,769.65 1.37 18 3,036.46
24 Barclays Capital 2,393.16 339.57 2,732.73 1.35 24 2,635.36
25 Prudential Financial 2,702.47 0 2,702.47 1.33 25 2,437.17
26 GE Capital 2,584.74 0 2,584.74 1.28 14 3,843.43
27 Artesia Mortgage 2,040.39 0 2,040.39 1.01 27 1,488.71
28 KeyBank 1,906.34 0 1,906.34 0.94 28 1,321.09
29 CWCapital 1,341.35 0 1,341.35 0.66 31 596.78
30 Bridger Funding 722.92 0 722.92 0.36 30 650.86
31 NCB FSB 569.56 0 569.56 0.28 32 541.23
32 Nationwide Life 539.37 0 539.37 0.27 34 401.83
33 Washington Mutual 511.36 0 511.36 0.25 29 729.15
34 SunTrust 481.05 0 481.05 0.24 42 91.33
35 AIG 210.29 86.90 297.19 0.15 44 58.75
36 Societe Generale 0.00 285.80 285.80 0.14 35 306.17
37 MassMutual 221.34 0 221.34 0.11 36 273.45
38 Commerzbank 118.98 0 118.98 0.06 33 525.58
39 MezzCap 88.93 0 88.93 0.04 43 64.06
40 Royal Bank of Canada 0 52.30 52.30 0.03 0 0
41 Union Central Life 48.48 0 48.48 0.02 38 184.89
42 National Coop Bank 24.24 0 24.24 0.01 45 21.39
  TOTAL 172,352.74 30,234.50 202,587.24      


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