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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

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Highlights

  • 18 Mar 2014
    • Credit Insight: March Edition Highlights Credit Negative Impact of High Number of Spanish Insolvencies in 2013
      The March edition of Credit Insight discusses the credit negative implications for ABS backed by loans to small and medium enterprise (SME) of the record high level of Spanish corporate insolvencies in 2013. We also discuss the credit positive impact of strong economic development in the UK on PCL Funding I Limited, the first publicly rated UK ABS of premium receivables in Europe. Finally we describe how the performance of Dutch mortgage loans benefitting from a Nationale Hypotheek Garantie (NHG) will remain strong in 2014, a credit positive for Dutch RMBS pools containing NHG mortgage loans… Full Report
    • March ABS Spotlight
      This edition analyzes how Ally Financial has so far mitigated the risk to its revolving CARAT transactions, explains why the increased number of student loan refinancing offers will have a limited credit negative impact on securitizations, and details how lower levels of federal crop insurance support will cause defaults to climb in 2015... Full Report
  • 17 Mar 2014
    • Private student loan default rate continues to drop
      The default rate in Moody's private student loan indices continued to improve, falling to 3.4% in fourth-quarter 2013 from 4.5% in fourth-quarter 2012, a trend that will continue in 2014. However, the default rate remains above pre-recession levels because of high unemployment, and high student loan debt and lower earnings will continue to keep it elevated… Press Release | Full Report
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