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  • 21 Feb 2017
    • French RMBS undeterred by interest rate increases; SME financing may strengthen
      In 2017, French residential mortgage-backed securities' (RMBS) performance will remain stable, and would remain undeterred by a rise in borrowing rates. We also expect to see more activity in SME financing. At present, France has second-highest rate of alternative finance origination in Europe. French RMBS performance and issuance is undeterred by the unavoidable rise in borrowing rates and lower prepayments...Full Report
  • 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
    • EBA's proposal for minimum standards is credit positive for European covered bonds
      The European Banking Authority's (EBA's) proposed minimum standards will support the credit strength of European covered bonds. The minimum standards will support baseline credit standards for national covered bond legal frameworks and in some cases strengthen some aspects of existing legal frameworks, both of which are credit positive. The EBA also confirmed that covered bonds could continue to benefit from favourable regulatory treatment provided they comply with minimum standards…Press Release l Full Report​​
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