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  • 19 May 2015
    • Outlook for Greece’s banking system is negative
      The outlook reflects the significant deterioration in Greek banks’ funding and liquidity and our expectations for the system’s fundamental credit conditions over the next 12-18 months. The risk of a possible imposition of capital controls and a deposit freeze has materially increased in the last few weeks. Pressures stemming from high deposit outflows are unlikely to ease over the outlook period, resulting in greater dependence on central bank funding... Full Report
  • 18 May 2015
    • Chinese banks: government support is strong but will become more differentiated
      Economic and policy developments, including the targeted allocation of bank credit to particular industries and a new deposit insurance scheme, will eventually lead the government to differentiate its support of individual banks. Maintaining stability in China's financial system will remain the top policy priority, as the system moves toward increased use of market discipline mechanisms and away from previous implicit guarantees... Press Release l Full Report
  • 14 May 2015
    • US regional and custodian bank rating actions reflect depositor preference under LGF analysis in new rating methodology
      With some exceptions, we have downgraded by one notch the senior debt and issuer ratings of the US regional banks and custodian banks and upgraded their deposit ratings by two notches. We also affirmed the rated senior bank holding company debt of these institutions and upgraded by one notch all of their subordinated debt and hybrid securities. The review of these 63 institutions in particular considered the protection attributed to depositors as compared with senior creditors under Moody's loss given failure (LGF) liability analysis...Press Release l List of Affected Banks l Other Methodology-Related Actions
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