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Upcoming Events

16
May
In-Person Conference

Private Credit Conference

Innovations and risks in fixed income: Illuminating private credit

This is an in-person only event

Moody's HQ, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, New York, 10007

Moody's

Watch On Demand

schedule 60 Mins | 15 March 2023

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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schedule 60 Mins | 14 March 2023

US Housing & Housing Finance: 9 Sectors in 60 Minutes

Moody's Investors Service analysts focused on the state of nine sectors -- from mortgage companies and insurers, to homebuilders, RMBS/CMBS and HFAs -- with exposure to US housing as prices fall and activity slumps.

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schedule 26 February 2023

Moody's at SFVegas 2023!

Schedule time to meet with our experts at our booth

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schedule 60 Mins | 26 January 2023

EMEA ABS/RMBS Outlook

How will the credit downturn affect collateral performance of European ABS and RMBS in 2023?
 

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schedule 60 Mins | 24 January 2023

2023 Moody's Global CMBS & CRE CLO Outlook Webinar

Leveraging the outlook reports we published in December, this is a great opportunity for market participants to hear Moody's 2023 industry views as it relates to Commercial Real Estate.

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schedule 60 Mins | 18 January 2023

Global CLO 2023 Outlook

Troubled waters for 2023: CLOs’ resilience will be put to the test again

A panel of Moody’s CLO and leverage loan experts discussed the prospect of US and European collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) in 2023. Leveraged loan performance will weaken as the macroeconomic environment worsens. Meanwhile, CLO managers have been bracing for a downturn, repositioning portfolios, and adding new structural features aimed at providing the necessary flexibility to maneuver through the turn of the cycle. 

The panel discussed the impact on CLOs and the effectiveness of these measures, some of which are untested and could harbor risks. Other challenges and opportunities await, including aging CLOs, lower asset recoveries, interest rate volatility, and a LIBOR logjam.

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