February 22nd 2021 (9.58 mins)
Antonio Tena of the Structured Finance team and Madhavi Bokil of the Credit Strategy & Research team discuss the risks that remaining pandemic-related stresses pose to major European structured finance markets under two scenarios, a baseline and a downside.
October 2nd 2020 (7.41 mins)
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.
September 28th 2020 (6.44mins)
Jerome Cheng and Gracie Zhou from the structured finance team discuss China’s newly opened asset-backed commercial paper market, highlighting some key differences with other countries.
September 28th 2020 (9.12 mins)
Jane Soldera and Alexander Zeidler of the Covered Bonds team discuss how the coronavirus pandemic is triggering or strengthening long-lasting shifts in the credit environment for European covered bonds.
July 23rd 2020 (7.05 mins)
Simon Tse and Silvia Baumann from the Structured Finance team discuss the benefits of non-bank lending in Europe and the credit implications for both small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and securitised transactions.
July 15, 2020 (12.40 mins)
Kevin Fagan and Blair Coulson from our Structured Finance team discuss the future of office usage in the US amid the fallout from coronavirus and its implications for commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS).
July 15th 2020 (8.53mins)
Jody Shenn and Anthony Parry from the Structured Finance team discuss how COVID-19 will cause a paradigm shift for key credit risk components and drivers of the global structured finance market.
April 10, 2020 (5.51 mins)
Lana Deharveng and Aniket Deshpande of the Structured Finance team discuss how the coronavirus outbreak and oil price shocks are affecting US CLOs.