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Structured Finance - Europe, Middle East & Africa

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Coverage of asset classes ranging from the traditional, such as mortgages, autos and credit cards, to evolving classes, such as intellectual property and collateralized debt obligations. 

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  • 23 Apr 2015
    • SMEs in the euro area may reap greater gains from the falling currency than previously thought
      The sectors that benefit the most can weigh up to about 10% of asset-backed securities (ABS) portfolios with underlying loans to European small and medium enterprises (SMEs). While only a small number of SMEs stand to directly benefit from the cheaper euro, our analysis shows that the indirect benefits for SMEs are larger than may first appear. This is particularly the case for sectors that are partially related to tourism. In Moody's view, these gains will filter through to SME ABS portfolios…Press release
  • 20 Apr 2015
    • Higher house prices strengthen Portuguese covered bonds’ ability to withstand credit losses
      Increasing collateral value backing the same loan amount provides a greater buffer against losses if the borrower defaults in a stressed scenario. Stabilising house prices will curb potential increases in existing loan-to-value ratios, which in turn will sustain over-collateralisation levels in covered bond programmes. While house prices have risen in Portugal for two years in a row, we don't expect a significant further recovery over the next five years…Press Release
  • 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
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