FDIC Rules Require Clarity On Damages, Moody’s Says

26 Jan 2010

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s proposed safe harbor rules require more clarity on how investors will be repaid should the regulator take back assets from securitizations originated by banks it has taken over, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

-- Olivia Thetgyi

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s proposed safe harbor rules require more clarity on how investors will be repaid should the regulator take back assets from securitizations originated by banks it has taken over, according to Moody’s Investors Service. Introducing market risk into compensation would only allow ...

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