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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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  • 12 May 2015
    • Higher share of large vehicles in auto lease ABS pools raises risk of residual value losses if gas prices rise
      The low gas prices that led the share of light-duty trucks and SUVs in auto lease ABS transactions that Moody’s rates to jump significantly will increase pool residual value losses if gas prices rise to the $3.50 range when these leases mature in 2017-18. However, residual value losses in the 2015 transactions will remain below those of auto lease ABS during the height of the recession in 2008… Press Release l Full Report
  • 5 May 2015
    • Risks of marketplace lending more pronounced, harder to quantify than traditional lending
      Investors in marketplace securitizations are subject to increased risk from the securitizations’ limited performance history, less developed operational framework, relatively weaker alignment of interests and likelihood of increased regulatory scrutiny. However, the large amount of data that marketplace lenders provide to investors mitigates these risks and differentiates marketplace lenders from their traditional counterparts…Press Release l Full Report
  • 4 May 2015
    • Launch of Google’s Wi-Fi service highlights positive and negative credit implications for wireless tower ABS
      Google’s Project Fi, which has a lower price point than the plans offered by most major carriers, will increase mobile data traffic on wireless towers if the company expands service throughout the US. However, Google’s foray into this sector will also lower barriers to entry for other low-cost carriers, increasing competition and lowering these carriers’ profitability and credit quality, a credit negative for wireless tower ABS… Press Release l Full Report
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