RMBS defaults still a worry for structured finance investors

US and European investors’ forecasts for the performance of the collateral underlying global residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) are converging, according to Standard & Poor’s Valuation and Risk Strategies’ latest quarterly survey, completed at the end of March. In particular, the increasing consensus reveals expectations of a significant deterioration in the performance of certain European and US mortgage collateral types.

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