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Last week's news and analysis
Debt servicer in the spotlight as default looms for $3bn SLABS
Lower for longer?
SRTs to benefit from inflation
Nascent asset class
Non-performing lease ABS tipped for growth
New tender, new CAS
Debut Fannie tender and new CAS in the market
GSA CMBS exposure gauged
Future of PBSA CMBS sector scrutinised
SRT chronicle: part one
The first of a three-part series on bank risk transfer transactions
Credit Agricole completes capital relief trade
Capital call surge continues
The lessons of history
STACR founder Don Layton talks the early and current days of the market
For all of last week’s stories including ‘Market moves’ and ‘Risk transfer round-up’ click here.
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US CRT Report 2021: Stepping Up
The US CRT market – as with every other area of society – was tested by the Covid-19 fallout. But the sector arguably finds itself in a stronger position now.
This SCI Special Report tracks the major developments in the US CRT market during the two years since JPMorgan completed its ground-breaking synthetic RMBS in October 2019, culminating in a sea-change in policymaker support for the sector ushered in by the Biden administration.
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Irish & UK Banking Evolution - October 2021
Consolidation among lenders and the proliferation of fintechs is driving change in the Irish and UK banking sectors. This Premium Content article investigates the impact on the jurisdictions’ RMBS markets.
Defining 'Risk-sharing' - October 2021
Most practitioners agree that ‘risk-sharing transactions’ is the most appropriate moniker for capital relief trades, but there remains some divergence around the term. This CRT Premium Content article explores what it means for investors and issuers alike.
GACS, HAPS and more? - September 2021
Given the success of both GACS and HAPS in facilitating the development of a market for non-performing loans, and consequently bank deleveraging, could similar government-backed measures emerge in other European jurisdictions? This Euro ABS/MBS Premium Content article examines the prospects for the introduction of further national guarantee schemes.
SOFR and equity - September 2021
Term SOFR is expected to be the main replacement for US Libor. This SCI Premium content article explores the challenges the new benchmark presents to US CLO equity investors.