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Covered could prove haven amid 2019 populism risks

Posted on 6 December 2018


“Strongman leaders” and bank controversies are potential key sources of headline risk in 2019, rating agencies have warned, but although some consequences could prove negative for covered bond credit quality, the asset class is expected to remain resilient and even benefit...

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