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Moody’s Talks – The Structured Finance Podcast

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August 8th 2018 6:50mins
In the next installment of our podcast series, Yehudah Forster, Senior Vice President in US RMBS and Associate Analyst Michelle Tam discuss the risks of shrinking third-party diligence reviews (TPRs) among a small number of prime jumbo private-label residential mortgage-backed securitization issuers (PLS).They address the increased dependency on representations and warranties as a tool to protect transactions against losses from defective loans. ​​​​​
JUNE 2018
June 25th 2018 (6.42 mins)
In the next instalment of our podcast series on the UK consumer, analysts from our EMEA structured finance team, Greg O’Reilly and Greg Davies, discuss The Open Banking initiative, which went live in January 2018 and requires the United Kingdom's nine largest providers of current accounts to share their customer data with third parties, subject to client consent.

The greater accessibility of data will improve consumer credit assessments and loan pricing, consumers’ ability to manage their finances and offer opportunities to Fintech companies eager to expand. However, there are negative implications, including the prospect of higher consumer leverage.
JUNE 2018
June 20th 2018 (5.50 mins)
In this episode of Moody's Talks Structured Finance, Marie Lam, Associate Managing Director,  and Joe Wong, a Vice President, Senior Analyst, discuss how rising and high household debt levels, mainly in the form of mortgage loans, pose a risk to the RMBS, ABS and covered bond securitizations that Moody's rates. They also outline what measures the authorities in Australia, New Zealand, Korea and China  have imposed to rein in the household debt levels.​​​
MAY 2018
May 22, 2018 (6.37mins)
In the latest episode of Moody’s Talks Structured Finance, Tracy Rice, a Senior Credit Officer on the US Corporate asset-backed securities team and Gideon Lubin, a lead analyst on the team, discuss how wireless tower ABS transactions and Sprint’s spectrum transaction are used to finance the infrastructure that enables mobile communication. Furthermore, they delve into how these asset classes would be affected by the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint. ​​​​​​​
MAY 2018
May 17, 2018 5.20 mins
In this edition of Moody’s Talks…Structured Finance, Senior Vice President Nicky Dang and Vice President Peter McNally discuss key features of the US credit card ABS market, focusing on the major transaction sponsors and the credit characteristics of the receivables backing the transactions. ​​​
MAY 2018
May 7 2018 6.10mins
​​In this edition of Moody’s Talks…Structured Finance, analysts from our REIT team, Lori Marks and Griselda Bisono, discuss how high levels of apartment supply will affect the credit quality of multifamily REITs. This podcast focuses on the drivers of slower NOI growth, which markets are most affected by higher supply and why Moody’s believes the credit profiles of the multifamily REITs we rate are well insulated from these challenges.​​
MARCH 2018
April 13th, 2018 (8.30mins)
In the next instalment of our Structured Finance podcast series, analysts from our EMEA consumer team, Gaby Trinkaus and Steven Becker, discuss how borrowers that intend to refinance their interest-only owner-occupied mortgages at maturity with an amortising product may not be able to do so given age constraints. Equity release products are an alternative, subject to some constraining factors. Refinancing owner-occupied loans today will avoid future affordability constraints. However, IO buy-to-let (BTL) borrowers also face future constraints from the prospects of lower yields. We discuss how interest rates and regulatory changes influence a large share of BTL interest-only loans that are refinanced or repaid ahead of their maturity date, reducing the risk of a large share of loans maturing in a bearish economy, amid weak housing markets and restrictive refinancing options.​​
January 18, 2018(6.36mins)
In the next installment of our podcast series, analysts from of our EMEA covered bonds team, Paul Millon and Jane Soldera, discuss how the European Commission’s legislation will aim to set minimum credit standards for all European Union (EU) covered bonds, a credit positive development that will support and improve covered bond standards in the region.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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