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ABCP Rating Affirmation Compilation; Jan. 15-Feb. 02, 2001 Feb 01
- Published: February 2001
- Standard & Poors
Standard & Poor's affirmed the ratings of three asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) multiseller conduits, for the period of Jan. 15 to Feb. 2, 2001 (see table). These rating actions were based on Standard & Poor's review of the transactions before they entered the conduits. Financing limits for these transactions totaled $475 million. The commercial paper that the conduits issued was backed by equipment leases and CLOs. Year-to-date, including this week's additions, Standard & Poor's has affirmed ratings based on five transactions entering five conduits of five program administrators. Year-to-date, Standard & Poor's has affirmed ratings on transactions totaling approximately $612.5 million in financing limits. Of this total, 40% were single-'A-1'-plus rating affirmations and 60% were 'A-1' rating affirmations. The average...
Companies mentioned in this report are: The Bank of Nova Scotia,WestLB AG (Unsolicited Ratings),Liberty Street Funding LLC,Compass Securitisation Program
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