We work with industry bodies and institutions to help promote and improve the overall credit risk process and function for all parties. This has led to the following successful partnerships
Global Credit Data – A not for profit initiative to help banks to measure their credit risk, owned by its 47 member banks across Europe, Africa, North America, Asia and Australia. The world’s largest LGD/EAD database with over 100,000 defaulted facility observations totalling over €200 billion in all Basel Asset Classes. The world’s largest database of defaults and PD estimates for large corporates, banks, SMEs and specialised lending.
AMAL asset management – AMAL is services loan receivables with over $A8 billion of assets under administration in Australia and New Zealand, they are the leading third-party servicer in the region. We worked with AMAL together at an RFP project for the RBA. If we ever do any business down under they will be our partner of first choice again.
European DataWarehouse (ED) – This is the first centralised European platform for uploading and downloading ABS loan level data (LLD). ED as a market initiative aims to increase transparency and restore investor confidence in the ABS market.
Dutch Securitisation Association (DSA) – DSA has joined all Dutch RMBS issuers and managed the first country wide standardised investor report for RMBS. Further it supports its members at any other initiative to improve Dutch RMBS as interesting investment.