ABS Solutions: Moody’s Analytics has developed a Consumer ABS suite of comprehensive solutions and tools for all of your buy-side, monitoring, pricing, and research needs.
Agency Solutions: Moody's Analytics provides comprehensive coverage via our Agency deal library and data feed, and supports extensive use cases via our APIs.
CLO Solutions: Moody’s Analytics provides CLO market participants with award-winning, end-to-end solutions, available via multiple delivery methods.
CMBS Solutions: Moody's Analytics CMBS Solutions provide market participants with advanced deal cash flow analytics, comparative deals and specific commercial loan and property income and valuation details.
RMBS Solutions: Moody's Analytics provides market participants with end-to-end, customizable, and advanced solutions for Non-Agency RMBS and analytics.
Structured Finance Solutions for Investors: Moody's Analytics provides dependable, integrated, and comprehensive solutions for Structured Finance investors.
Structured Finance Risk & Regulatory Solutions: Moody's Analytics produces regulatory analytics and best-in-class advisory services that create confidence and allow our clients to manage their structured finance risk via our Structured Finance Portal Regulatory Module.
Structuring & Cashflow Modeling Solutions: Moody's Analytics offers a number of solutions for structuring and modeling CLO, ABS, RMBS, and CMBS transactions.
With the release of IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, the International Accounting Standards Board set out new requirements for the accounting of financial assets, financial liabilities, and some other contracts to buy or sell non-financial assets. This paper explains the specific challenges facing structured finance investors and outlines how to effectively address these challenges.
This Moody's Analytics and PRMIA webinar-on-demand provides an overview of EU stress testing regulatory requirements and the Moody's Analytics capabilities and solutions that will help you meet them.
Stress testing structured finance transactions presents unique challenges due to large and diverse portfolios of underlying assets, limitations on data availability, and the idiosyncrasies and complexities of the structures and associated risks.
This article addresses some of the challenges banks face in stressing their structured finance positions within the context of a larger enterprise-wide stress testing exercise.