Proposed Brazil regs allow for covered bond uplift, says Fitch
Posted on 12 June 2017
Proposed secondary legislation for Brazilâ€™s long-awaited covered bonds addresses key issues and would allow the new product to achieve ratings above those of their issuers, according to Fitch, with some smaller banks potentially benefitting from the most significant rating uplift on a national scale...
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