Moody’s: transparency will drive CDO investor comeback

In its yearly CDO outlook for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the New York-based rating agency said: “A major question mark for 2008 is the recovery of investors’ confidence.” It added this was unlikely to improve until the effects of deteriorating US subprime mortgages, especially on financial institutions, had been fully measured.

Citing an increasingly popular buzzword among regulators and industry officials, Moody’s suggested investors desired greater transparency – and their demand for

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