23 Sep 2021|Moody's Investors Service
Credit effects from Libor’s ongoing phase-out will be immaterial for most structured finance deals that use Libor replacements, but credit quality is at risk for some transactions, reflecting challenges such as embedded derivatives.
Podcast: Structured finance hot topics; New York emissions law will have minimal negative effect on CMBS
24 Jun 2021|Moody's Investors Service
In this month’s episode, Jody Shenn of the Structured Finance team joins hosts Aaron Johnson and Ruth Mantell to discuss hot topics in the market. Then, Brian Snow from the Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) team talks about the effects of New York’s new emissions law on CMBS.
24 Mar 2021|Moody's Investors Service
In this latest segment, Peter Hallenbeck of the Structured Credit team and Masako Oshima of the Consumer Assets team consider the effect that Libor transition will have on various structured finance asset classes. Plus, Aaron Johnson and Greg O’Reilly discuss the performance of structured finance collateral one year into the coronavirus pandemic.
18 Dec 2020|Moody's Investors Service
With Libor’s end date now in sight, the challenge for global structured finance markets is coming into sharp focus. Particularly for ‘tough legacy’ transactions.
07 Oct 2020|Moody's Investors Service
As policy rates continue to decline globally, Banking team member Laurie Mayers examines the effect on UK banks, while Shunsaku Sato does so for Japanese banks and Farooq Khan for Brazilian banks. Plus, Olivier Panis of the Banking team and Stefan Kahandaliyanage of the Asset Management team update financial institutions’ readiness for the transition away from Libor in 2021.
02 Oct 2020|Moody's Investors Service
Greg O’Reilly, Soumya Vasudevan and Naomi Fujiwara from the Structured Finance team discuss what the transition will look like for some of our key markets. They also compare the availability of fallback language to set alternative rates to Libor, risks and mitigants for deals and future regulatory developments.