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Structured Finance - Europe, Middle East & Africa

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  • 26 Sep 2016
    • European ABCP and Money Fund markets strong in the light of regulatory issues say participants at Moody’s ABCP/MMF conference
      Money fund managers, ABCP sponsors, investors and other participants at the first Moody’s Money Market Funds (MMF’s)and ABCP conference agreed that short term European financial markets are resilient and have continued appeal to investors. Conference panelists had a lively discussion on the “lack of clarity” with regards to ABCP conduits being classified as simple, transparent and standardised ("STS") under the currently discussed draft EU securitisation regulation. While this and other regulatory concerns were widely discussed topics, Moody’s analysts at the conference also noted positive developments, such as the fact that European ABCP conduits are now fully supported by their sponsoring banks and that MMF’s are likely to adopt more conservative investment strategies... Press Release
  • 4 Jul 2016
    • Finland caps residential mortgage LTV ratios, a credit positive for banks and covered bonds
      As part of a series of measures aimed at mitigating risks related to housing credit, Finland's caps on loan-to-value ratios should help curb household indebtedness, which has been rising. Under the covered bond law, the LTV threshold creates a further buffer against house-price depreciation…Full Report​​
  • 20 Jun 2016
    • Moody's Credit Insight: RMBS and ABS performance remains resilient in the face of event risks
      In this edition of Credit Insight we note resilience of European residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), with diversification supporting the creditworthiness of RMBS against economic stress from the energy sector in the UK and The Netherlands. In Russia, Moody's analysis shows Investment Trade Bank's RMBS transactions are unaffected by its temporary administration, whilst the credit impact of a Spanish court ruling against the use of interest-rate floors on residential mortgages will likely be limited…Full Report
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