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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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  • 22 May 2015
    • The Italian CDQ consumer loan market has performed well and will remain active in 2015
      The Italian Cessione del Quinto (CDQ) market will remain active in 2015 based on cheap available funding and an improved forecast for Italy (Baa2 stable). Most transactions are either performing in line with, or exceeding our expectations and arrears are low in absolute terms. Cheap available funding and improved expectations for the Italian economy will have a positive impact on CDQ loan origination in 2015… Press Release
  • 27 Apr 2015
    • UK Covered Bond Programmes Have the Highest Foreign-Exchange Gap in Europe
      UK covered bond programmes have an average 51% foreign exchange (FX) gap. They issue significant amounts of bonds in foreign currencies, while the assets are denominated in the local currencies. To determine the related risk, Moody's considers issuers' use of structural mitigants to hedge against currency volatility, such as FX swaps. Foreign-exchange gaps vary significantly between markets. Swiss covered bond programmes follow closely behind, with Hungarian programmes in third place.…Press Release​​​
  • 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
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