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Pfandbrief amendment set to ease Brexit cover pool impact

Posted on 15 October 2018


UK assets already backing German Pfandbriefe will remain eligible for cover pools after Brexit under a proposed amendment to the Pfandbrief Act, which Moody’s today said is a credit positive, noting that UK assets constitute as much as 13.8% of some issuers’ collateral...

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