Fitch Counterparty Risk Changes May See Further Downgrades

Proposed changes from Fitch Ratings in how counterparty risk in structured finance deals is measured may lead to downgrades if issuers are unable to comply with the many changes.

  • 01 Apr 2009

--Cristina Pittelli

Proposed changes from Fitch Ratings in how counterparty risk in structured finance deals is measured may lead to downgrades if issuers are unable to comply with the many changes.

The agency announced it would be reviewing its criteria in October, but was only able to suggest changes now ...

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