Structured finance transactions should remain strong through 2011 - S&P

Friday, June 17, 2011

The credit quality of the Peruvian structured portfolio is expected to remain positive in the short to medium term given the transactional structures and stable credit quality of the rated securitizations and even if the level of stress or volatility in the country increases to some degree, S&P said in a report.

Structured finance transactions have continued to perform strongly despite slight ripples of uncertainty caused by recent political developments in the country, the report reads.

Peru has experienced extraordinary growth over the past few years, and many originators have expanded their outstanding diversified payment rights (DPR) transactions in tandem with that growth, the ratings agency said.

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