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  • 12 Oct 2015
    • Chinese auto loan ABS delinquencies stable in Q2 2015
      Overall delinquent amounts in Chinese auto loan asset-backed securities (ABS) actually decreased in Q2 2015, but due to the rapid decline in the outstanding portfolio balances, delinquency ratios remained stable. We expect a modest rise in delinquencies as recently closed transactions begin to season. China's economic slowdown, a weaker employment market, and the volatile equity markets will weigh on borrowers' repayment capability... Press Release l Full Report​​
  • 9 Oct 2015
    • Indian non-banking financial companies to see asset quality stabilize
      Retail asset quality over the next 12 months will benefit from the Reserve Bank of India's accommodative monetary policy and stronger economic outlook. However, the ongoing tightening of nonperforming loan recognition norms for non-banking financial corporates will push up problem loans and result in declining profitability. By March 2018 the recognition norms will match those of banks, a credit positive… Press Release l Full Report
  • 7 Oct 2015
    • China’s slower growth and rising credit risk are symptoms of economic rebalancing
      Recent events have demonstrated the scale of the task confronting the Chinese authorities in managing the policy trade-offs involved in structural rebalancing. While the economy appears to be gradually re-orienting from state-led capital-intensive growth towards a consumer and services-driven model, a renewed emphasis on stability has increased the likelihood of a slowdown in policy reforms and a step-up in monetary and fiscal support… Press Release l Full Report
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