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Structured Finance - Asia Pacific

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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. 


  • 2 Dec 2015
    • Australian prime RMBS performance improves in Q3 2015
      The 30+ day delinquency rate fell to 1.16% at 30 September 2015 from 1.31% at 30 June 2015. Performance varied across issuers, with the delinquency rate for major banks averaging 0.94% at end-Q3 2015. Looking ahead, prime RMBS delinquencies and defaults will increase slightly in 2016 owing to below-trend economic growth and an uptick in unemployment. Nevertheless, losses will remain low because of the build-up in home equity and deleveraging... Press Release l Full Report​​​​
  • 1 Dec 2015
    • Chinese auto ABS delinquencies increase in Q3 2015 and will continue to rise as China’s economy slows
      The uptick in delinquencies in Q3 2015 was mainly driven by higher delinquency rates for 2015 vintage auto ABS. These transactions had fewer delinquent loans in Q2 2015 because only non-delinquent loans had been eligible in the initial portfolios. Generally, the overall credit quality of auto loan borrowers will remain sound in 2016, because of originators’ tight lending criteria and conservative underwriting standards…Full Report l Press Release
    • Performance of securitization markets in Asia (ex-Japan) to diverge in 2016
      Delinquency rates for structured assets in China and Singapore will rise because of the slowing Chinese economy. By contrast, performance in India and Korea will exhibit strength. At the same time, the performance of new and existing covered bond programs in Singapore and Korea will be strong. Collateralized loan obligations in Asia (ex-Japan) will continue to perform well in 2016, reflecting low corporate default rates in the region…Full Report l Press Release
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