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Australian Major Bank Results
What trends do the latest Australian bank results signal?
Can Australian households bear mounting strain as inflation remains elevated and fixed rate loans expire?
AFME Spanish Capital Markets Conference
Moody's are lead sponsors of AFME 14th Annual Spanish Capital Markets Conference. It's is the annual meeting place for senior industry professionals, regulators and policymakers active in Spanish capital markets.
The 12th Annual Investors Conference on CLOS & Leveraged Loans
IMN is excited to announce the return of the CLO industry's flagship conference, the 12th Annual Investors' Conference on CLOs and Leveraged Loans, taking place this April 17-18, 2023.
Now in its 12th year, the event will welcome delegates back to New York to join timely panels discussions, network with likeminded peers, and engage with sponsors.
As the CLO market continues to adapt to the dwindling COVID-19 era along with numerous further industry developments, this industry conference will provide the same valuable and timely program content you’ve come to expect from IMN, as well as opportunities to network with thousands of industry peers and much more.
IMN European CLOs & Leveraged Loans
The 10th Anniversary event will cover investing across the capital stack, middle market lending, ESG and sustainability, manager tiering, regulatory landscape, and more. This flagship industry, and investor led, conference is a must attend for this transactionally focused market.
Outvie Dutch Securitisation Event
The Outvie Dutch Securitisation Event will provide a complete update on the latest developments and market dynamics. It's the largest Dutch securitisation platform to network with hundreds of prominent business peers in the structured finance community.
RMBS Methodology Request for Comment Explained
On March 6th Moody's published a Request for Comment (RFC) for Moody’s Approach to Rating RMBS Using the MILAN Framework and a related RFC for RMBS Rating Methodology Settings for Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. These RFCs describe proposed changes to our framework for rating RMBS and covered bonds and the associated settings for these countries.
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