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      Secured Green Bonds incentivise covered bond issuers to increase market risk

      20/9/2022 Research EN

      Secured Green Bonds incentivise covered bond issuers to increase market risk

      Secured Green Bonds, introduced in the recent Green Bond Principles update, create incentives for covered-bond issuers to detach the financing of green assets from the cover pool. This could lead to asset-liability mismatches, increasing market risk.

      Webinar: Italy: Credit outlook after the elections

      19/9/2022 Research EN

      Webinar: Italy: Credit outlook after the elections

      Friday, September 30th 2022 - 10:00 PM (CEST) Please join our lead sovereign and financial analysts to discuss the credit outlook for Italy after the elections.

      Webinar: Outlook for Hungarian credits amid policy uncertainty, EU disputes, and energy crisis

      19/9/2022 Research EN

      Webinar: Outlook for Hungarian credits amid policy uncertainty, EU disputes, and energy crisis

      Thursday, September 29th 2022 - 3:00 PM (CEST) Join us for an in-depth discussion of our outlook for Hungarian sovereign, corporate and banking sector.

      Frontloading policy-rate path, freezing TLTRO rates a positive surprise for banks

      9/9/2022 Research EN

      Frontloading policy-rate path, freezing TLTRO rates a positive surprise for banks

      The ECB’s decision to further frontload its policy-rate path by raising 75bp and keeping the TLTRO lending rate unchanged was a positive surprise for European banks, which get the best of both worlds as cheap TLTROs remain in place.

      Adjusting the investor angle on banks. Shareholder-value creators or glorified utilities?

      8/9/2022 Research EN

      Adjusting the investor angle on banks. Shareholder-value creators or glorified utilities?

      Tuesday, October 4th 2022 - 3:30 PM (CEST)

      The Wide Angle – Five reasons why European banks will remain a no-drama sector

      8/9/2022 Research EN

      The Wide Angle – Five reasons why European banks will remain a no-drama sector

      Large banks will remain islands of relative stability amid the deepening energy crisis, high inflation and threats of recession and will avoid the dramatic collapses of the global financial crisis.

      Scope Group research - reader survey

      7/9/2022 Research EN

      Scope Group research - reader survey

      At Scope Group, reader feedback is important to us.

      French banks: resilient performance but shifting sentiment

      6/9/2022 Research EN

      French banks: resilient performance but shifting sentiment

      French banks’ strong interim results were accompanied by cautious yet comforting expectations for 2022 and into the medium term. The banks are well positioned to weather downside risks of inflation, energy-supply challenges and economic slowdown.

      Where are we headed on European bank asset quality?

      6/9/2022 Research EN

      Where are we headed on European bank asset quality?

      Wednesday, September 7th 2022 - 3:30 PM (CEST)

      Norway maintains strong covered bond framework following alignment with EU Directive

      1/9/2022 Research EN

      Norway maintains strong covered bond framework following alignment with EU Directive

      Norway has maintained its robust covered bond framework following full alignment with the European Covered Bond Directive (CBD). The strong governance support factors common to the country’s covered bonds and their issuers remain unchanged.