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KEY CONTACTS

North America
Yehudah Forster
VP - Senior Credit Officer
Yehudah.Forster@moodys.com

 

EMEA
Juan Pablo Soriano
Managing Director - Structured Finance
JuanPablo.Soriano@moodys.com

 

Nicholas Lindstrom
Associate Managing Director
Nicholas.Lindstrom@moodys.com

 

Ex-Japan Asia
Jerome Cheng
Senior Vice President
Jerome.Cheng@moodys.com

 

Australia
Jennifer Wu
VP - Senior Credit Officer/Manager
Jennifer.Wu@moodys.com

UPCOMING EVENTS

Covered Bonds

Highlights

  • 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
  • 23 Aug 2016
    • Global Covered Bonds Monitoring Overview: Q1 2016
      Our quarterly monitoring overview for global covered bonds is now available in English and in German. It provides updated key credit measures for the over 230 covered bond programmes that we rate globally and provides insight into how these metrics evolve over time. We update the data quarterly. The report includes deal-by-deal listings of key numerical credit measures, including Cover Pool Losses, Collateral Scores and TPI Leeways... Full Report l Full Report (German Translation)​​
  • 18 Aug 2016
    • Brexit Would Increase Resolution Risks for European Covered Bonds
      The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union would increase the resolution risks for non-UK European covered bonds governed by English law. Unless the UK and the EU enter into new arrangements for reciprocal recognition, Brexit will place the UK outside the EU's BRRD framework for automatic cross-border recognition of resolution measures, raising the prospect of challenges to resolution measures relating to European covered bonds governed by English law…Full Report
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