Standard & Poor’s has launched a new version of its structured finance platform, featuring strengthened analytics capabilities.
The upgraded edition of ABSXchange offers access to a complete cashflow model library for all UK master trust deals, as well as increased coverage of EMEA CLOs and Australian RMBS.
“This new version will allow users to perform more rigorous examinations of structured finance transactions,” says David Pagliaro, EMEA commercial director for ABSXchange.
Since February 2009, ABSXchange’s client base has increased by 40% to include over 300 users across the EMEA region. New clients include BNP Paribas, Rabobank and DnB Nor.
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