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  • 24 Nov 2015
    • FSB’s TLAC Proposal Falls Within Expectations; Impact Differs by Firm
      The Financial Stability Board (FSB) standard for total loss absorbing capacity (TLAC) sets forth the amount, composition and location of capital and debt capacity required to meet bank recapitalization needs in a resolution. While shortfalls to the requirements differ across firms, we expect each of the Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs) to be able to meet the fully phased-in TLAC requirements by or before the final deadline, thereby increasing their resources available to absorb losses, a credit positive. However, the requirements will further complicate G-SIBs’ balance sheet-optimizations... Full Report
    • Cyber Risk Is of Growing Importance to Credit Analysis
      Cyber threats differ from one sector to another, ranging from web-based denial of service to data theft and disruption of critical infrastructure services. Although we do not explicitly incorporate cyber risk as a principal credit factor today, our fundamental credit analysis incorporates numerous stress-testing scenarios for which a cyber event could be the trigger. We thus view material cyber threats in a similar vein as other extraordinary event risks, such as a natural disaster, with any subsequent credit impact depending on the duration and severity of the event... Full Report
  • 19 Nov 2015
    • Cyber Insurance: A High-Risk Product With Potential to Grow
      We view expansion into the cyber risk insurance market as credit negative in the near term as underwriters test the risk/return spectrum of the product. Although insurers are generally approaching the market cautiously, the lack of credible data on frequency and severity of loss, potential risk accumulations and insurers' pursuit of product differentiation, rather than uniformity, are current challenges to broad expansion. Nevertheless, we believe that significant growth potential remains in the market…Full Report l Press Release
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