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  • 24 Jun 2015
    • Rising US interest rates will have varying credit effects on structured finance sectors
      Rising interest rates will be credit negative for new and existing commercial mortgage-backed securities and credit neutral for most consumer and commercial asset-backed securities sectors, depending largely on their exposure to variable-rate debt. The impact will also be largely credit neutral for residential mortgage-backed securities and collateralized loan obligations... Press Release l Full Report
  • 11 Jun 2015
    • Servicers will pursue different strategies for defaulted loans in single- vs. multi-borrower SFR transactions
      Special servicers will more likely pursue loan modification or forbearance to remedy defaulted loans in single-borrower single-family rental (SFR) transactions, while in multi-borrower SFR transactions they will more likely pursue note sale or foreclosure. The size, sophistication, and circumstances that tend to result in default for single- versus multi-borrowers will largely determine the strategy... Press Release l Full Report
  • 4 Jun 2015
    • B-piece coupon stripping poses risk to US CMBS
      This practice increases the risk of interest shortfalls and credit losses to Class D of conduit CMBS by reducing the fixed coupon payment of below-investment-grade (B-piece) securitized principal and interest bonds and allocating this payment to an interest-only bond paid at the top of the CMBS transaction's cash flow waterfall. The bigger concern is that Class D credit enhancement levels are too low to merit our Baa3 (sf) rating given the continuing deterioration in conduit loan quality... Press Release l Full Report
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