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Structured Finance - Asia Pacific

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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. 


  • 5 Dec 2016
    • Chinese ABS/RMBS to remain strong although newer mortgage in Chinese securitizations pose some risk
      The performance of assets backing Chinese auto loan asset-backed securities (ABS), residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) will be stable through 2017; but negative for collateralized loan obligations (CLOs). However, any future deals with high exposures to China's lower-tier cities or industries facing overcapacity issues will underperform. As for the securitization of nonperforming loans (NPLs), such securitization will grow in China during 2017, underpinned by an increasing volume of NPLs... Press Release l Full Report
  • 29 Nov 2016
    • Chinese auto ABS and RMBS perform well in Q3, while overall (market-wide) issuance falls
      Chinese auto loan asset backed securities (ABS) and residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS) performed well during Q3 2016, while overall issuance volumes for securitizations declined quarter on quarter. Both asset classes showed low loan default and delinquency rates, reflecting in part the good performance of their underlying loan collateral. However, the volume of bank-issued RMBS and non-performing loan (NPL) securitizations increased in Q3 2016, from Q2 2016, while collateralized loan obligation (CLO) issuance volumes rebounded slightly... Full Report l Press Release
  • 28 Nov 2016
    • Indian, Korean and Singapore securitization markets will remain stable in 2017
      The performance of the three markets will be stable in 2017, with good credit quality across most asset classes. In India, robust growth and low oil prices will underpin stable auto ABS performance, despite the economic disruption from the country's demonetization. In Korea, low unemployment and interest rates will keep credit card ABS delinquencies low, while in both Korea and Singapore, covered bond credit quality will also remain strong... Full Report l Press Release
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