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  • 15 Jun 2015
    • Moody’s: Global mortgage constant prepayment rates will remain steady
      Constant prepayment rates (CPRs) will remain steady in residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) globally for several region-specific reasons, supporting ongoing stable collateral performance in RMBS throughout the world. In European RMBS, CPRs will increase slowly for most countries in the continent over the next two to three years. Prepayments in US RMBS will slow later this year when the Federal Reserve raises the benchmark Fed Funds rate and long-term interest rates climb… Press Release
    • Investors say regulatory costs and a lack of liquidity inhibit the growth of Europe’s structured finance market
      In a round table discussion, Moody’s Investors Service found that investors consider regulatory capital costs and the European securitisation market’s lack of liquidity to be a barrier to demand. Investors do not believe the capital treatment of European structured finance instruments reflects their associated risks. They desired change in the capital framework for banks that hold structured finance instruments, which could create more liquidity in the market…Press Release
  • 9 Jun 2015
    • Senior European ABS and RMBS Tranches Will Remain Insulated From Principal Losses
      Senior tranches in European asset-backed securities (ABS) and residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) will remain resilient to principal losses. To date, none of the senior European ABS and RMBS tranches that we rated Aaa (sf) have incurred principal losses - nor do we expect them to do so. On the back of macroeconomic re-balancing, we expect the number of notes that are likely to incur principal losses to fall…Press Release
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