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  • 5 Oct 2015
    • Five European global investment banks’ legacy assets continue to weigh on their credit strength
      Although Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, RBS and UBS have significantly reduced their legacy assets, they continue to hold large amounts of regulatory capital to support still-sizeable non-core portfolios. In addition, their large holdings of illiquid capital market instruments may be subject to sudden valuation changes in times of market stress, contributing to earnings volatility. We expect these banks’ remaining stocks of legacy assets to continue to weigh on their profitability, capital and asset quality over the next 12-18 months... Press Release l Full Report
  • 1 Oct 2015
    • Turkish banks’ high reliance on foreign-currency funding will likely restrict loan growth
      Turkish banks may need to reduce lending in 2016, as the sources required to fund their loan books become increasingly scarce. Worsening foreign investor sentiment is likely to raise the cost of international funding at a time when profitability is declining. This follows a widening of the gap between domestic deposit growth and credit expansion since 2010, which caused banks to increasingly borrow from capital markets... Press Release l Full Report
  • 29 Sep 2015
    • FAQ: Implications of EPA Emissions Probe for VW’s Financing Entities
      This report answers questions about our 25 September 2015 rating actions on Volkswagen Bank GmbH and Volkswagen Financial Services AG, following the EPA’s findings that Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, the ultimate parent of both institutions, had installed “defeat devices” in its diesel cars to evade emissions standards. In coming to our rating decision, we considered the company’s global reputation and how credibility issues might affect its asset quality; the possibility that profitability will weaken due to slowing car sales; and Volkswagen’s robust funding, solid capitalization and adequate liquidity support...Full Report
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