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IACPM Weekly SmartBrief
Essential News for Credit Portfolio Management Professionals
The articles below provide information on developments, events and issues of importance to the Association and its members.
The IACPM is actively engaging in dialogue with global regulators on a number of proposed changes: A Note from IACPM's Executive Director, Som-lok Leung.
Respondents to the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey continue to forecast rising credit defaults. Outlook for credit spreads is mixed.
Respondents to the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey sent up clear warning signs, forecasting wider spreads and rising global defaults, citing a litany of concerns, beyond merely Greece.
IACPM submitted a clarification on Tranche Cover Transactions to the BCBS and the IOSCO as a follow-up to a preceding comment letter on the consultative document "Criteria for identifying simple, transparent and comparable securitisations" (D304).
IACPM published a White Paper on findings of the 2015 Principles and Practices in CPM member survey.
The IACPM submitted a comment letter to the Basel Committee in response to the Consultative Document "Guidance on accounting for expected credit losses" released February 2015.
In a sharp reversal, the credit outlook for Europe significantly improved in the latest IACPM Credit Outlook survey, while the outlook for North America worsened.
A joint association letter as well as an IACPM comment letter have been submitted in response to the consultative document "Revisions to the Standardized Approach for Credit Risk" (BCBS d307).
The IACPM submitted a comment letter to the BCBS and the IOSCO to comment on the consultative document "Criteria for identifying simple, transparent and comparable securitizations" (D304).
With an eye on what lies ahead for the industry in 2015, Jeff Weaver, Chairman of the IACPM's Board of Directors, spoke with SmartBrief on key issues facing financial services and CPM.