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William Black
Managing Director - Structured Finance
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Debashish Chatterjee
Associate Managing Director - Structured Finance
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Alex Cataldo
Senior Vice President
EMEA Origination
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Carole Gintz
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EMEA Surveillance
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Yusuke Seki
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  • 26 Aug 2015
    • California’s residential electric rate reform could increase contract risk in solar securitizations
      Contract renegotiations could dent cash flows of existing solar securitizations following the recent adoption of a new electric rate structure for residential customers of California’s three major investor-owned utilities. Outstanding solar securitizations have large concentrations of obligors in the most populous US state... Press Release l Full Report
  • 18 Aug 2015
    • Third-party origination model poses credit risks in CommonBond’s first student loan ABS, but collateral has strong credit quality
      CommonBond Inc.’s first private student loan ABS transaction has credit risks similar to those of the nascent marketplace lending ABS asset class. But although its loan origination model could call into question which entity is the ‘true lender’ of the loans, we believe this risk is relatively low for CommonBond… Press Release l Full Report
  • 21 Jul 2015
    • Federal appeals court ruling is credit negative for securities backed by marketplace lending loans
      If courts interpret the Madden v. Midland Funding LLC ruling broadly and apply it to marketplace lending loans, a non-bank entity that buys a loan from a bank would be subject to applicable state usury limits. Therefore, the loan buyer might not be able to charge and collect interest at the contract interest rate, while in the worst case a loan could be unenforceable... Press Release l Full Report
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