Moody’s considering downgrades on billions in CMBS

Moody’s Investors Service, a leading global credit rating, research and risk analysis firm, publishes credit opinions, research, and ratings on fixed-income securities, issuers of securities and other credit obligations. Credit ratings and research help investors analyze the credit risks associated with fixed-income securities.

In the latest round, Moody’s lowered the ratings on 276 classes of the securities valued at $69.14 billion, bringing the total downgrades to $146.33 billion. Please take a trial or subscribe.

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Ratings agency Moody's affirms investment grade credit Private investors in residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) comprised of jumbo mortgage loans are dealing with a greater risk of strategic defaults, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

Rating Action: Moody’s Upgrades Eight CMBS IO Classes, Downgrades 243 CMBS IO Classes and withdraws 51 cmbs IO Classes from 294 US and Canadian CMBS Deals following the Implementation of Updated Structured Finance Interest-Only Methodology: Rating Action: Moody’s Affirms Eleven and Downgrades Two Classes of BACM 2005-3

Today saw fully $1.5 billion in CMBS bonds out for the bid from bank portfolios and insurance companies and CMBX AAAs down 2 points. Sellers were locking in price improvements, while buyers were loading up on bonds they think will tighten into a TALF/PPIP bid. But the real fun came from the rating agencies which downgraded or warned of downgrades all the way up the capital structure.

This article reports that New York-based Moody’s Investor Service Inc. is expecting issuance of U.S. commercial mortgage-backed securities to touch $100 billion for 2005, following issuance of $93 billion for 2004. As well, a number of loans are maturing this year that were made during the peak. Moody’s: $1 Bil In CMBS in ’05.

Moody’s Investors Service on Thursday blasted competitors for failing to get tougher with lenders in the red-hot commercial mortgage-backed securities business. In a research report, the New York credit-ratings firm raised concerns about poor underwriting practices in the $500 billion market.

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Rating Shopping in the CMBS Market Andrew Cohen October 25, 2011 Abstract Institutional features of many structured debt markets facilitate a practice in which the investment banks issuing and selling the securities can engage in "rating shopping" by hiring only those credit rating agencies (CRAs) that oer the most favorable ratings.

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