Moody’s predicts massive growth in CDPCs

Moody’s expects to rate several of the 24 credit derivative product companies (CDPCs) in its pipeline within the first quarter of this year, it has revealed in a special report on the market.

The number of proposals in the agency’s hands indicates the scale of interest in this confined but fast-growing sector. So far only three have been launched: Primus and Athilon, launched in 2002 and 2005, and MassMutual’s Invicta Capital, which closed its debt in December.

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