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  • 8 Feb 2019
    • Fed’s stress-testing announcement is credit positive for large US banks and credit negative for less-complex banks
      The US Federal Reserve's 2019 stress test scenarios include harsher macroeconomic stresses than last year. More severe macroeconomic assumptions are credit positive for large US banks that will be assessed under the 2019 stress test because they raise a higher bar for capital resiliency under stress.  Full Report
    • Global investment banks are readying for Brexit, deal or no deal
      Both the global investment banks and the EU and UK authorities have taken protective measures to mitigate potential disruption, with manageable effects on costs and revenue. The negative implications of a no-deal Brexit would be greater for the UK-based banks. However, we foresee no significant implications for the UK banks’ creditworthiness given their currently strong capital, asset quality and liquidity.  Full Report
  • 31 Jan 2019
    • PG&E's bankruptcy likely to lower lawsuit recoveries and generate liability losses
      PG&E Corporation’s filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection is credit negative for property and casualty (P&C) insurers and reinsurers, some of which filed lawsuits related to 2017-18 California wildfires to recoup losses from PG&E. P&C insurer claims – which absent a bankruptcy would be paid earlier than other debt obligations – will likely rank pari passu with PG&E’s other unsecured debts, including senior notes. In addition, the wildfires and subsequent bankruptcy filing are likely to lead to liability and D&O claims against PG&E's insurance policies.  Full Report​​​
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