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Structured Finance - Europe, Middle East & Africa

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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. 


  • 6 Dec 2016
    • Harmonisation efforts will underpin strong European covered bond credit quality in 2017
      Efforts to harmonise covered bond legal frameworks across Europe will support the continued strong credit quality of European covered bonds in 2017. However, some covered bonds may receive lower levels of regulatory support in the future if they do not meet the new standards that emerge from the harmonisation process, for example if issuers' MREL requirements are set at levels for liquidation rather than resolution, or as a result of Brexit...Press Release
  • 5 Dec 2016
    • Buy-to-let RMBS rules ease risks in mature markets; developing markets gain traction
      The buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage sector is expanding globally, prompting authorities in the more mature markets - such as the UK and Australia - to curb some of the associated risks, while those in more developing markets are further encouraging its growth. BTL residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) markets in the UK, Australia, the US and Japan are mature, while the Netherlands and China have smaller or developing BTL sectors... Press Release
    • New entrants will support an increase in EMEA ABS, RMBS issuance 2017
      In 2017, we anticipate a slight increase in issuance of European asset-backed securities (ABS) and residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS). New entrants will take a larger share of the market, amid increasing appetite for non-performing loan transactions and the possibility of marketplace lending ABS. Our key credit considerations would focus on differing origination criteria from traditional banks and the lack of historical data. Auto ABS will flow into the pipeline, but with higher market risks shifted to investors owing to higher balloon instalments and residual values... Press Release
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