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Webinar: China Shadow Banking 2019 Outlook

NOW Available On-Demand

Fitch Ratings hosted a webcast to discuss how regulatory developments will impact the 2019 outlook for China’s shadow banking activities, and how banks will cope with growth priorities and capital preservation against more challenging economic conditions.

 

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Click here to access the webinar in Chinese

 

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Private Equity Appetite for Aircraft Lessors Takes Off

Alternative investment managers (Alt-IMs) have become increasingly active investors in the aircraft leasing industry as they seek to deploy capital into a growing sector that could provide attractive investment returns. However, Fitch Ratings notes that the typically fixed-life nature of private equity ownership can increase long-term strategic and financial uncertainty.

CECL Ratings Neutral for U.S. Financial Institutions

The pending implementation of the U.S. accounting standard for current expected credit loss (CECL) reserves by the Financial Accounting Standards Board is not expected to result in ratings actions upon adoption, Fitch Ratings says. 

Webinar Replay

2019 Outlook Teleconference - Latin American FIs

On January 16th senior analytical team members presented the 2019 outlook for banks and non-bank financial institutions across Latin America, and addressed key themes and a review of the most important risks facing the region's financial systems during Q&A session. Listen to replay

2019 Outlook - Aviation Roundtable

Kevin Duignan, Head of Financial Institutions, discusses the outlook for aviation across corporates, financial institutions, and structured finance with Craig Fraser, Nathan Flanders, and Hylton Heard.

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Fitch Rates Leonteq AG and Leonteq Securities AG at 'BBB-'/Positive

Zurich-domiciled Leonteq is a SIX Swiss Exchange-listed provider of structured products that are distributed via a range of private banks, asset managers, and other institutional counterparties, both in Switzerland and increasingly abroad. Leonteq Securities is the group's Finma-regulated securities dealer and principal notes issuer. 

Online Bank Deposit Betas Trend Up as Competition Intensifies

Deposit betas for the largest U.S. online banks have steadily increased following a series of Federal Reserve interest rate hikes in 2017 and 2018, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings. Deposit betas for traditional banks, while rising, continue to lag their online-only competitors.

2019 Risks to Watch – U.S. Consumer Lending

As part of our Risks to Watch series, Michael Taiano, Senior Director, Financial Institutions, and Ian Rasmussen, Senior Director, ABS, discuss the key credit concerns of consumer lending over the next 12 months.

2019 Risks to Watch - Shadow Banking

As part of our Risks to Watch series, Nathan Flanders, Global Head of Non-Bank Financial Institutions Ratings, discusses the key credit concerns associated with shadow banking over the next 12 months.

Credit Stabilizes for U.S. Card Issuers on Temporary Tailwinds

Increases in net charge-offs (NCOs) and early stage delinquencies continued to moderate for U.S. credit card issuers in 3Q18, but the respite in credit performance was partially-driven by temporary factors, according to a new Fitch Ratings' report.

Leveraged Loan Risks Currently Appear Manageable to US Banks

Leveraged loan risks to the U.S. banking system are manageable in the near term. Negative rating actions for banks would become more likely in the event of a significant market disruption for institutions with large on-balance sheet leveraged loan portfolios and considerable outstanding credit lines to nonbank leveraged loan market participants. 

2019 Outlook

Chinese Leasing Companies Face Funding, Capital Pressures

Asset quality will also be tested as the economy slows. We have revised our sector outlook to negative from stable, and expect independent lessors to come under rating pressure.

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Fitch Ratings Fireside Chat: Mortgage Industry

Fitch Ratings held a fireside chat to discuss the impact of rising interest rates and the competitive dynamics of the U.S. mortgage industry. Roelof Slump, CFA, from Fitch’s Residential Mortgage Backed-Securities Group and Johann Juan, from Fitch’s Non-Bank Financial Institutions were joined by Justin Fuller, CFA, from Fitch’s business and relationship management team as moderator for the discussion. Listen Now

Webcast: Residual Value Risk in Focus

Register to be part of the debate on the impact of residual value changes for car finance and find out our thoughts on what this means for the industry players.

Fitch Ratings Launches China Local Ratings Agency with Danny Chen as CEO

Fitch Ratings announced the launch of Fitch (China) Bohua Credit Ratings Ltd. (Fitch Bohua) which plans to serve China's onshore bond market, and has appointed Danny Chen as Fitch Bohua's chief executive officer. Set up in July 2018 in Beijing, Fitch Bohua is a 100% subsidiary of Fitch Ratings. The company is seeking regulatory approval to cover the financial institutions sector (including banks, non-bank financial institutions and insurers) as well as the structured finance sector in its initial phase of operations.

China's Non-Bank Consumer Lenders Face Challenges

The excessive growth of China's non-bank consumer lending raises risks to financial stability and create contagion risks for the banking system. These non-bank lenders include consumer finance, micro-credit companies, peer-to-peer platforms, and online finance companies.

Fitch Business Development Company Fireside Chat

Meghan Neenan, Managing Director and Justin Fuller, Senior Director, discuss updates in the business development company industry. On demand webinar

Digital Carve-Outs in US an Emerging Threat to Online Banks

Several large U.S. banks have recently announced plans to launch separately branded digital bank platforms. This is part of a broader secular trend by financial institutions of investing more heavily in innovative technology in response to evolving customer demands for digital bank products and services, while seeking to improve their own cost efficiencies, Fitch Ratings says. 

Aircraft Lessors See Cyclical Benefits; Challenges Emerge

Aircraft lessors continue to benefit from largely favorable market conditions, including above-average air traffic growth, increasing operating lease penetration, demand for aircraft across the age spectrum and accessible funding markets. 

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