Moody’s joins the crowd with Aussie RMBS review

Moody’s revealed plans to shake up its rating methodology for Australian residential mortgage-backed securities on Tuesday, plunging the ratings of several outstanding deals into doubt. But bankers are taking the review in their stride: Standard & Poor’s and Fitch are reassessing their own methodologies, and issuers and investors are already resigned to the upheaval.

  • 27 Jul 2011

Moody’s will publish specific proposals in late August, suggesting updates to its rating methodology that put more emphasis on risks to Australia’s housing market, in particular the possibility of big regional difference in mortgage delinquencies and house price rises.

The ratings agency will also look at the weighting ...

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