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Minimum 5% OC ‘positive’ as Spain pushes cédulas law

Posted on 8 November 2021


The Spanish government on Wednesday updated its plans for transposing the EU covered bond directive – including raising minimum overcollateralisation from zero in a previous draft to 5% in its latest text, in a change deemed positive by Moody’s – while using an expedited legislative process...

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