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Structured Finance - Europe, Middle East & Africa

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  • 16 Apr 2015
    • Spanish house prices could rise in 2015 following higher mortgage lending activity
      Rising mortgage origination will likely improve the demand for housing, which in turn could raise house prices. Origination has proven to be highly correlated with fluctuating house prices. The potential house price recovery will be uneven, as the coastal areas have a higher stock of unsold houses than the central and northern regions. The stock of unsold new houses will prevent a sharper, more rapid recovery in prices…Press Release
  • 8 Apr 2015
    • Italian ABS SME securitisations will only mildly benefit from a decree that gives innovative SMEs crowdfunding access
      The Italian government's Decree No. 3 gives access to crowdfunding to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that it defines as being innovative. Although Moody's considers the initiative to be credit positive for innovative Italian SMEs, only 7,000 out of a total 3.7 million SMEs are potentially eligible. As a result, the decree would have a limited impact on asset-backed securities that are backed by Italian SME loans. The decree could provide a useful funding tool and improve the creditworthiness of eligible SMEs. Equity crowdfunding helps to improve SMEs' creditworthiness and make them attractive to bank lenders by reducing their debt-to-equity ratio…Press Release
  • 2 Apr 2015
    • Irish lenders believe regulation could stabilise the property market, but increase rent costs
      Moody's survey of seven Irish mortgage lenders reveals their expectation that mortgage lending regulations could curb house price bubbles in Ireland but result in more people renting for longer. The regulations announced in January could help landlords pay their investment mortgages, but the higher deposit requirement is likely to raise the cost of rent to the detriment of first-time buyers. Borrowers will also be protected when unregulated entities purchase their loans. The regulations are credit positive, as the quality of new mortgage loans will improve… Press Release
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