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  • 22 Sep 2016
    • Prospects remain robust for Islamic finance despite subdued sukuk issuance
      Growth in the Islamic banking sector continues to broadly outpace that of conventional banks in most systems in which Islamic banks have been established, driven by strong retail demand and proactive government legislation. And while new sukuk issuance volumes in 2016 are expected to remain flat, issuance by sovereigns, banks and corporates in the Gulf should rise in 2017, as regional financing needs increase amid lower oil prices... Press Release l Full Report
  • 21 Sep 2016
    • Outsourcing to boost revenues for Europe's facilities management companies in 2017-18
      Organic revenue in the EMEA facilities management sector will grow by 1%-2% above GDP in 2017-18 as more companies outsource non-core functions, such as catering, cleaning and security, particularly in emerging markets. Margins will remain relatively low but stable or growing as companies drive scale efficiencies. Customer retention rates and revenue diversity will remain high, although with intense competition on contract renewal. These trends will result in firms retaining solid credit characteristics overall... Press Release l Full Report
  • 20 Sep 2016
    • In a downside macro scenario, UK non-conforming RMBS would be vulnerable to Brexit
      In a hypothetical, low-probability macro stress scenario, mezzanine and junior non-conforming UK residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) tranches would experience the largest negative credit effect out of most major UK RMBS and ABS. Non-conforming UK RMBS show the largest rating migration in a hypothetical stress scenario owing to weaker borrower profiles and accordingly high expected loan-level defaults... Full Report
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