UniCredit Czech & Slovakia covered cut to Aa3 upon law conversion
Posted on 15 June 2020
Czech covered bonds issued by UniCredit Bank Czech & Slovakia were cut from Aa2 to Aa3 by Moodyâ€™s today after being converted to be governed by a revised legal framework that the rating agency says increases uncertainty on unsecured claims...
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