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European Banks Through New Eyes: an Outlook for 2015 and Beyond

Scope's study shows that while banks are generally safer and better supervised than before, the new regulatory regime directly impacts investors' exposure to bank risk.


Structured Finance and Covered Bonds: 2015 Outlook

Scope Ratings expects an increase in European structured finance (SF) issuance volumes in 2015, supported by ECB-driven spread compression. However, the low spreads will partially mask the different credit risk levels of the individual issuances.


European Real Estate Corporates: Application Study and 2015 Outlook

Scope Ratings expects sector consolidation to continue and property prices to be buoyed by massive capital inflows


European Bank Credit Risk Symposium of December 4

See the slides presented at Scope Ratings' European Bank Symposium.


Private placements increasingly becoming a funding alternative for German mid-sized corporates

Issuance of privately placed debt, formerly the preserve of larger corporates, is surging amongst German MidCaps.


TLAC Requirement Will Lead to Significant Debt Issuance by Large European Banks

The future TLAC or MREL coverage of a bank, together with other resolvability elements, are important credit considerations underpinning Scope's bank ratings.

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Scope Publishes Ratings on Four Large Nordic Banks

Ratings reflect strong prudential and credit metrics and stable funding, but also growing challenges in the Nordic region, which could affect the large banks’ asset-quality metrics.

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