The use of pari passu notes as a means to dilute the risk associated with single-asset CMBS transactions has become standard practice for large trophy properties, though it raises questions about who controls these loans should they default, as each slice involves a separate servicer.

The structure involves splitting a loan into several pieces and placing those pieces in separate transactions, thereby minimizing the impact of any one asset on a

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