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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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  • 16 Mar 2015
    • Structured finance and covered bonds methodologies updated for revised bank methodology
      Moody’s has updated several cross-sector, primary and secondary rating methodologies for structured finance securities and covered bonds to incorporate revisions to our bank rating methodology, including the introduction of a new counterparty risk (CR) Assessment for banks. The updates to methodologies will generally have a positive rating impact on our structured finance and covered bonds transactions. In the coming days, we will issue separate announcements that will provide details on these implications. We expect to conclude the majority of the structured finance rating reviews in the first half of 2015…Press Release
  • 13 Mar 2015
    • Moody's Credit Insight
      Spanish RMBS market significantly improves despite macroeconomic challenges This edition of Credit Insight discusses the improving performance of Spanish RMBS despite the ongoing macroeconomic challenges and high unemployment rate in Spain. The low interest rate environment and slight economic improvements are driving down delinquencies. Furthermore, the Consumer Confidence index has been rising since May 2013, while unemployment has been decreasing, both supporting the drop in delinquencies. New arrears are now building up at a slower pace than old arrears moving into defaults, showing a clear performance stabilisation…Full Report
  • 12 Mar 2015
    • Low oil prices will benefit most ABS sectors as consumers will have more money in their pockets
      The dramatic drop in oil prices since 2014 will benefit most asset classes in the US asset-backed securities market, though it will have a negative impact on some sectors. In general, cheaper gasoline puts more money in consumers' pockets, providing a broad, if slight, uplift to securitizations backed by unsecured consumer receivables such as student loans and credit cards... Full Report
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  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
30 Mar 2015 Index Italian ABS Leasing Small-Tickets / SME Indices - January 2015
23 Mar 2015 Index Irish Prime RMBS Indices - January 2015
17 Mar 2015 Cash CDO Index Data December 2014 Cash CDO Index Data
17 Mar 2015 Cash CDO PO Data December 2014 Cash CDO Performance Overview Data
17 Mar 2015 Cash CDO MDSR Data December 2014 Cash CDO Deal Score Data
17 Mar 2015 Synthetic CDO PO Data Synthetic CDO Performance Overview Data: December 2014
17 Mar 2015 Synthetic CDO Index Data Synthetic CDO Index Data: December 2014
17 Mar 2015 Cash CDO MTAR Data December 2014 Cash CDO Tranche Acquisition Data
17 Mar 2015 Index Collateralized Debt Obligations Tranche Acquisition, December 2014
17 Mar 2015 Cash CDO MESR Data December 2014 Cash CDO Equity Score Data
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