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North America
William Black
Managing Director - Structured Finance
William.Black@moodys.com

Debashish Chatterjee
Associate Managing Director - Structured Finance
Debashish.Chatterjee@moodys.com


EMEA
Alex Cataldo
Senior Vice President
EMEA Origination
Alex.Cataldo@moodys.com

Carole Gintz
VP-Sr Credit Officer
EMEA Surveillance
Carole.Gintz@moodys.com

Asia - Pacific
Yusuke Seki
Senior Vice President
Yusuke.Seki@moodys.com

ABS

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Highlights

  • 26 May 2016
    • Delinquency rate of bank-sponsored US auto loan ABS closes in on that of captive-sponsored deals
      The delinquency rates of bank-sponsored and captive finance company-sponsored prime auto ABS are converging for the first time since 2009, a trend that reflects the weakening credit quality of bank-sponsored auto ABS portfolios. As a result, bank-sponsored auto ABS will be more affected than captive-sponsored deals by expected lower recoveries on defaulted loans... Full Report l Press Release
  • 5 May 2016
    • China's new guidance on used-vehicle sales will show mixed impact on auto loan ABS recovery rates and boost used-car market
      The new guidance will reduce recovery rates on auto loans in cities and provinces where there will be a net inflow of vehicles, a credit negative for auto ABS that include auto loans from affected regions. However, cities and provinces excluded from the new guidance will likely become net suppliers of used vehicles. As a result, prices in those markets may rise and push up recovery rates, a credit positive…Press Release l Full Report
  • 25 Apr 2016
    • Inside Japan: Only some ABS and RMBS deals affected by Japan’s negative interest rate policy
      The Bank of Japan's negative interest rate policy will adversely impact some Japanese asset-backed securities (ABS) and residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) by reducing the amount of excess spread in the deals. However, for the vast majority of these deals, there will be little or no impact because most of our rated ABS and about half of our rated RMBS deals have fixed interest rates applied to their asset pools with no hedging arrangements... Press Release l Full Report
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