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  • 14 Apr 2014
    • Effect of Johnson-Crapo bill on US apartments would be modest
      If passed, the housing finance reform bill introduced by US Senators Tim Johnson and Mike Crapo would exert moderate downward pressure on prices of multifamily properties and increase refinance risk. In replacing government-sponsored entities Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with a new and independent federal agency called the Federal Mortgage Insurance Corp., the bill would more closely align government-backed multifamily loan spreads with those of private market originators… Press Release l Full Report
    • Johnson-Crapo bill would spur private-label RMBS issuance
      Several provisions in the housing finance reform bill proposed by US Senators Tim Johnson and Mike Crapo could spur issuance of private-label residential mortgage-backed securities. The bill would lower the number of residential mortgage loans eligible for inclusion in government-guaranteed securities, and would change the criteria for which securitizations would be eligible to receive government guarantees… Press Release l Full Report
  • 10 Apr 2014
    • Austria/Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank International AG: Orderly wind-down reduces fire-sale risk, a credit positive for covered bonds
      On 22 March, Austria's Finance Minister announced the transfer of the nationalised Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank International AG (HAA, unrated) to a state-owned corporate holding company. The government's plan for an orderly wind-down of HAA reduces the risk of asset fire sales, which is credit positive for HAA's covered bonds. However, the government's plan does not entail a guarantee for HAA's liabilities by its ultimate owner, the state of Austria (Aaa stable). Furthermore, there is a lack of transparency on the future positioning of the covered bond programme.... Full Report
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