Last week's news and analysis
Debut French green RMBS prepped
CLOs and beyond
CBAM Partners answers SCI's questions
Deutsche Bank completes CRT
European ABS/MBS market update
Fannie is back
New capital rules bring Fannie Mae in from the cold
Prospects for further NPL ABS guarantee schemes weighed
Not so new kids
CLO manager readying for launch
SOFR challenges explored
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Recent research to download
The puzzling case of the disappearance of Fannie Mae
Fannie Mae has not issued a CRT deal since 1Q20. This SCI CRT Premium Content article investigates the circumstances behind the GSE’s disappearance from the market and what might make it come back
EIF risk-sharing deals - August 2021
Risk-sharing deals involving the EIF and private investors are yet to gain ground. This CRT Premium Content article surveys the likelihood of such collaborations going forward.
Euro ABS/MBS primary pricing - Summer 2021
In this first in a new series of Euro ABS/MBS premium content articles, we examine the demand and consequent pricing dynamics seen across European and UK ABS, CMBS and RMBS new issuance in Q2 and July 2021. Read this free report to discover coverage levels for every widely marketed deal and the impact on price movements broken down sector by sector.
CLO Case Study - Summer 2021
In this latest in the series of SCI CLO Case Studies, we examine the uptake of loss mitigation loan language in European deals since the concept emerged a year ago. Read this free report to find out the background, challenges and deal numbers involved in the necessary significant documentation rewrite required.
SCI's 7th Capital Relief Trades Seminar
13 October 2021, In Person Event
Last year saw significant regulatory developments in connection with capital relief trades, including the publication of the EBA’s final SRT report and the introduction of an STS synthetics regime. SCI’s Capital Relief Trades Seminar will explore the impact of these developments, as well as the latest trends and activity across the sector.