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A global market
Man GPM answers SCI's questions
Scotia back in the CRT market
Data centre securitisation seeing strong fundamentals
Glass half full?
PRA publishes discussion paper on capital requirements for securitisation transactions
Global Risk Transfer Report: Chapter two
The second of six chapters surveying the synthetic securitisation market explores regulatory developments
Job swaps weekly: ESG debt-swap pioneer transitions to UBS
People moves and key promotions in securitisation
Motor Securities 2023-1 prices
Santander completes UK capital relief trade
Scope sees ratings drift reverse in Q3
Agency provides update
Securitisation due in H1 for international student loan provider
Goldman, Deutsche and Värde backed MPOWER's latest debt funding round
Deal-focused updates from our ABS Markets and CLO Markets services
Free Special Report available to download
SCI Global Risk Transfer Report 2023: New frontiers in CRT
Capital relief trade issuance witnessed another record-breaking 12 months in 2022, yet a number of regulatory challenges remained outstanding by the end of the year. SCI’s latest Special Report examines how the risk transfer community is addressing these issues – whether through regulatory fixes or structural enhancements – and the fallout from the turmoil in the bank sector in March. It also explores the new frontiers that are emerging across jurisdictions and asset classes, including by highlighting the potential of the Canadian and the CEE CRT markets.
Sponsored by Arch MI, Man GPM, Mayer Brown and The Texel Group, the report is available to download here.
Recent premium research to download
Data centre securitisation – November2023
Insatiable demand for connectivity is fuelling a rise in data centre securitisation issuance. This Premium Content article tracks the market’s development.
(Re)insurer participation in CRTs – October 2023
(Re)insurer interest in CRTs is rising, but execution of unfunded transactions remains limited. This Premium Content article outlines the hurdles that still need to be overcome.
Utility ABS – October 2023
An uptick in utility ABS is expected as US utilities seek financial solutions for retiring the country’s aging fossil fuel fleet. This SCI Premium Content article explores how the proceeds from these transactions can be used to facilitate an equitable energy transition.
All of SCI’s premium content articles can be found here.
SCI In Conversation podcast
In the latest episode, Matthew Bisanz, a partner in Mayer Brown’s bank regulatory practice, outlines how the Federal Reserve’s update on 28 September of the FAQs on Regulation Q is likely to impact the US capital relief trades market. The long-awaited guidance clarifies the definition of a synthetic securitisation and, crucially, states that a reservation of authority can be requested for direct CLNs. Bisanz, for one, anticipates an increased willingness – especially among larger CCAR banks – to enter into CRTs as a result.
The episode can be accessed here, as well as wherever you usually get your podcasts, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify (just search for ‘SCI In Conversation’).
SCI Markets provides deal-focused information on the global CLO and Australian/European/UK ABS/MBS primary and secondary markets. It offers intra-day updates and searchable deal databases alongside CLO BWIC pricing and commentary. Please email Tauseef Asri at SCI for more information or to set up a free trial here.
SCI has launched SRTx (Significant Risk Transfer Index), a new benchmark that measures the estimated prevailing new-issue price spread for generic private market risk transfer transactions. Calculated and rebalanced on a monthly basis by Mark Fontanilla & Co, the index provides market participants with a benchmark reference point for pricing in the private risk transfer market by aggregating issuer and investor views on pricing. For more information on SRTx or to register your interest as a contributor, click here.
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European CRE Finance Seminar
28 November 2023, London