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  • 28 May 2015
    • Global investment banks: rating actions reflect LGF analysis under new methodology
      The review of 13 rated global investment banking (GIB) groups resulted in upgrades of the long-term bank issuer/senior unsecured debt ratings for six GIB groups, four rating affirmations, and two rating confirmations, with one GIB remaining on review for downgrade. Nine of the GIBs also have long-term senior unsecured debt ratings at the holding company level, of which four were upgraded, four downgraded and one affirmed. The actions reflect the application of loss given failure (LGF) analysis and revisions in our government support assumptions for these groups... Press Release | List of Affected Banks | GIBs Special Comment | Other Methodology-Related Reviews
  • 27 May 2015
    • Indonesia's Islamic finance roadmap will help drive bank consolidation and growth in sukuk market
      The government's roadmap will also lead to more private-sector issuance. The lack of a deep sukuk market in Indonesia has limited the ability of Islamic banks to raise non-deposit funding to match the maturity of long-duration Islamic assets. The proactive and coordinated government approach will result in the country becoming a much more significant contributor to the Islamic capital markets.… Press Release l Full Report
  • 26 May 2015
    • Basel III liquidity and stable funding requirements are credit positive despite compliance costs
      The Liquidity Coverage Ratio and Net Stable Funding Ratio induce banks to hold higher balances of more liquid assets and fund their less liquid assets with more stable funding. Banks are therefore reducing their reliance on uninsured financial liabilities such as interbank and short-term money market funding, and seeking retail deposits to fund growth in their loan books, both credit positive. However, some banks, particularly those with greater reliance on wholesale funding, will need to make business changes and undertake potentially costly initiatives to comply with the ratios...Full Report
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