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  • 6 Mar 2017
    • Global covered bonds credit measures show evolution over time
      Our quarterly monitoring overview provides updated key credit measures for the covered bond programmes that we rate globally and provides insight into how these metrics evolve over time.
      We model cover pool losses as part of our rating approach following a covered bond anchor event. The cover pool loss number has two components: collateral risk and market risk. The weighted average (WA) market risk for mortgage programmes is 13.1% and the WA collateral risk is 5.8%. The WA market risk for public sector programmes is 13.6% and the WA collateral risk is 5.0%. The collateral score is a measure of the quality of collateral in the cover pool. The lower the collateral score, the better the credit quality of the cover pool. Based on the data in this report, the average collateral score is 10.3%... Full Report
  • 23 Feb 2017
    • Spanish mortgage covered bond maturities in 2017 will reduce banks’ wholesale funding costs
      In 2017, around 16.5% of all outstanding mortgage covered bonds issued by Spanish banks will mature. The level amounts to the highest volume of covered bond redemptions over the next decade. A total of €35.3 billion of mortgage covered bonds are affected. The upcoming maturities are credit positive for Spanish banks, as a high proportion of the maturing bonds carry high coupons...Press Release
  • 6 Feb 2017
    • Covered bonds well-placed to withstand a correction following Oslo's rapid house price increases
      Norwegian covered bonds are well-placed to withstand a house price correction in Oslo, where prices soared by an unsustainable 22% in 2016 -- more than double the average 10% growth rate for all of Norway. House prices in Oslo have almost trebled over the past 15 years. A correction in Oslo house prices following such a rapid increase is possible and perhaps likely over time. High levels of household debt in Norway mean home owners are more vulnerable in the event of interest rate rises, while lending growth and demographics could also have negative effects on the country's housing market…Press Release l Full Report
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