i’m fine good work getting accutane in uk The three largest loans in the pool – the River Court A-note (26%), the Chapelfield loan (26%) and the Cannonbridge A-note (20%) – anchor the ratings of the senior notes. Both River Court and Chapelfield are strong loans capable of repaying in full. Cannonbridge has suffered several years of underperformance, but is now riding a wider recovery in central London rents. With loan maturity in 2015 and a fully income-producing rent roll (including some index-linkage), there is hope that the Cannonbridge A-note will avoid a loss. However, because the Cannonbridge B-note is capitalising unpaid interest, Fitch expects the whole loan to default at maturity in January 2015, which should switch note principal payment to a fully sequential basis in time for repayment of the other loans.