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Raters see Directive positives, but Spanish challenges cited

Posted on 23 March 2018


Rating agencies expect the European Commission’s proposals to harmonise EU covered bonds to have a generally positive impact, welcoming in particular mandatory liquidity buffers and clarity on maturity extensions, but Spain is among countries and issuers facing change...

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