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June 24, 2016 - Inside MBS & ABS
Standard & Poors lost a little market share in the business of rating non-mortgage ABS during the first quarter of 2016, but the firm still was the most active player in the market, according to a new ranking by Inside MBS & ABS. S&P rated 58.4 percent of the $41.42 billion of non-mortgage ABS issued in early 2016, down from its 61.5 percent share for all of last year and its 64.1 percent share back in 2014. The companys strong suit was in vehicle-finance ABS, where it rated 64.7 percent of the market, by dollar volume. While S&Ps share was up slightly in a few categories, its stake in the credit card ABS segment fell...[Includes two data tables]
June 24, 2016 - Inside MBS & ABS
The Securities and Exchange Commission will re-propose a rule addressing conflicts of interest regarding certain securitizations, according to SEC Chair Mary Jo White. The rule required by the Dodd-Frank Act was originally proposed by the SEC in 2011. Its proved to be much more complicated than our experts in the agency envisioned, White said last week at a hearing by the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. Section 621 of the DFA requires...
June 10, 2016 - Inside MBS & ABS
Commercial banks and thrifts reported a further decline in their holdings of non-mortgage ABS during the first quarter, according to a new Inside MBS & ABS analysis of call-report data. As of the end of March, banks held a combined $131.96 billion of ABS in their portfolio, including assets intended to be held to maturity as well as those available for sale. That represented a 2.3 percent drop from the end of 2015, and a hefty 15.9 percent decline from a year ago. It was...[Includes two data tables]
May 27, 2016 - Inside MBS & ABS
Issuers of non-agency MBS willing to issue publicly-registered securities can look forward to thorough reviews by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Redwood Trust filed an updated shelf registration with the SEC this month and the SEC released some of the feedback that went into crafting the issuers new Form SF-3. Issuance of publicly-registered non-agency MBS has been minimal since the financial crisis, with issuers seeing pricing in the private 144A market as adequate. Public transactions are subject to more extensive disclosure standards than private deals. An initial letter from the SEC dated Oct. 29, 2014, noted...
May 20, 2016 - Inside MBS & ABS
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureaus proposed rule that aims to effectively end the use of arbitration clauses in U.S financial product contracts will create new risks for ABS tied to consumer loans as well as related financial services companies, according to Moodys Investors Service. The fact that the proposed rule would not affect contracts outstanding before it is finalized would lessen its effects initially, as well as over the longer term for contracts on products that typically have long lives, such as credit cards, analysts from Moodys said. Nevertheless, if adopted, the rule would expand legal risks for banks and other financial companies, and could adversely affect some securitizations. That being said, Some of the negative effects, however, would be offset...
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