Moody’s Pitches Counterparty Criteria Tweaks

Moody’s Investors Service is seeking industry feedback on proposed changes to the way it assesses swap and bank counterparty risk in securitizations, as market officials warn the shrinking pool of eligible counterparties threatens a ratings squeeze on many securitized tranches.

  • 03 Jul 2012

Moody’s Investors Service is seeking industry feedback on proposed changes to the way it assesses swap and bank counterparty risk in securitizations, as market officials warn the shrinking pool of eligible counterparties threatens a ratings squeeze on many securitized tranches.

Moody’s issued two requests for comment relating to counterparty ...

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