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Structured Finance - North America

Coverage of asset classes ranging from the traditional, such as mortgages, autos and credit cards, to evolving classes, such as intellectual property and collateralized debt obligations. 


  • 29 Jun 2016
    • ABS Briefing event highlights important credit themes and emerging asset classes
      The June 16th event was kicked off with an overview of ABS trends, including continued weakening of underwriting standards in auto loan ABS, the outlook for continued strong performance in credit card ABS with excess spread levels in transactions remaining high, and headwinds facing the marketplace lending ABS sector. The conference also included a panel discussion on emerging ABS asset classes with industry leaders in residential and commercial solar, Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), and handset (mobile phone) financing. In addition, we held breakout sessions with senior members of our ABS rating teams in the student loan, autos, consumer loan and credit cards, and commercial and esoteric ABS asset classes... Full Report
  • 9 May 2016
    • US CMBS refi wave approaching crest; most loans well positioned to pay off
      The US CMBS refinancing wave is now within a few quarters of cresting, when for several months loan maturities will surpass $12 billion. Nonetheless, loan originators should be able to accommodate the majority of maturing loans, while a significant portion are likely to be refinanced by portfolio lenders or be extended ... Press Release l Full Report
  • 8 Apr 2016
    • US private-label securitization ebbs and flows with amount of debt outstanding
      The correlation between the overall level of debt in the US economy and the percentage of that debt financed by private-label securitization suggests that when the country’s borrowing needs rise, securitization provides the required incremental funding. It also suggests that when borrowing needs decline, securitization is among the first sources of financing to contract... Press Release l Full Report
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