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Sophie Berthelon
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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
  • 8 Jan 2015
    • Moody's proposes updates to its structured finance rating methodologies for proposed changes to bank approach
      In light of proposed changes to our global bank methodology, and to better account for discriminatory effects of resolution on the diverse range of exposures, we propose to match each type of credit exposure that structured finance transactions have to bank entities with one of three reference points: (1) senior unsecured debt rating or equivalent, (2) bank deposit rating, or (3) a new counterparty risk rating…Press Release l Request For Comment
  • 18 Dec 2013
    • 2014 Outlook – Global Credit Conditions
      The gradual stabilization of the global economy will benefit many credit sectors as real GDP growth recovers in most advanced economies, while decreasing slightly in many emerging economies. This report offers a high level summary of the positive significance of this stabilization across global credit sectors, as well as the negative effects of the tapering of quantitative easing in the US and potential interest rate increases… Press Release l Full Report
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