Ratings List Resolving European Structured Finance Counterparty CreditWatch Placements?March 28, 2011 Review
- ID: 1724098
- March 2011
- Region: Europe
- Standard & Poors
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On Jan. 18, 2011, our criteria for assessing counterparty risk (see "Counterparty And Supporting Obligations Methodology And Assumptions") became effective. On that day, we placed or kept on CreditWatch negative certain affected EMEA structured finance ratings (see "EMEA Structured Finance CreditWatch Actions In Connection With Revised Counterparty Criteria"). This is one of our periodic reviews of affected EMEA tranches. In this report we have removed three of the ratings from CreditWatch negative for counterparty reasons, where we placed them or kept them on Jan. 18. The tables below provide the transaction names, series, and ratings for the affected EMEA transactions. For the related media release, see "S&P Resolves Three European Structured Finance Counterparty Criteria CreditWatch Placements (March 28, 2011 Review)."...
Companies mentioned in this report are: Adriatico Finance RMBS S.r.l.,Viola Finanza S.r.l.,FCT GINKGO CONSUMER FINANCE Compartment Ginkgo Consumer Finance 2009-1
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