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  • 14 Dec 2016
    • Sterling-linked inflation credit negative for UK consumer deals
      A rise in UK inflation on the back of a sterling depreciation will be credit negative for securitisations backed by mortgages, auto loans and other consumer debt, primarily through an increase in defaults among low-income borrowers... Press Release
  • 5 Dec 2016
    • EMEA RMBS and ABS credit quality will vary, low interest rates and new regulations will support good performance
      New emerging deal types and, for some sectors, improving borrower credit profiles will contribute to a wider range of credit quality in 2017 European ABS. Continued low interest rates across Europe will allow borrowers greater flexibility to service their debts, allowing most RMBS and ABS transactions to reflect robust performance. Regulatory proposals, that define EU qualifying transactions as “simple, transparent and standard” (STS) should be finalised in 2017, following the consensus that an efficient securitisation market is an important factor in promoting national and regional economic growth...Press Release
    • Buy-to-let RMBS rules ease risks in mature markets; developing markets gain traction
      The buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage sector is expanding globally, prompting authorities in the more mature markets - such as the UK and Australia - to curb some of the associated risks, while those in more developing markets are further encouraging its growth. BTL residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) markets in the UK, Australia, the US and Japan are mature, while the Netherlands and China have smaller or developing BTL sectors... Press Release
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