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Simon Harris
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The Managed Investments Group is responsible for Moody's ratings of asset managers, money market funds, fixed-income funds (bond funds and exchange-traded funds), preferred shares and debt issued by closed-end funds, and other alternative investments.


  • 24 Mar 2015
    • Money Market Funds: Global Shift to VNAV Is No Game Changer
      In light of changes to the rules governing US money market funds and similar proposals under consideration in Europe, some funds will soon change from a constant net asset value (CNAV) to a variable net asset value (VNAV) format. Regulators in both regions have argued that, in a financial crisis, the greater price transparency of VNAV funds will lower the likelihood of run risk. However, based on our analysis of what happened in France’s all VNAV market during 2007-08, we think that, in practice, the behavior of investors in VNAV funds during a crisis, including the desire to race to cash, matches what we would expect to see in CNAV funds…Full Report
  • 9 Mar 2015
    • Proposal to designate asset managers as systemically important is credit positive
      The FSB and IOSCO proposal is a step toward tighter regulation of shadow banking and would mean that asset managers would be subject to face bank-style supervisory regimes. Although the designation would lead to more stringent capital requirements and greater transparency, which would benefit debt investors, it would also increase firms’ costs...Full Report
  • 3 Mar 2015
    • The rise of shadow banking continues as direct lending is set for strong growth in 2015
      Direct lending is set to become an established asset class in Europe, with robust growth estimates over the next 12 months. In a report summarising the views of keynote speakers and panelists at Moody’s 2015 Asset Management Conference in London, we highlight that conditions for such growth have been aided by the regulatory environment and bank disintermediation following the 2008-09 financial crisis. Asset managers will continue to innovate and provide creative solutions for borrowers in the changed regulatory landscape... Press Release
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