DPR Business - Hazy But Not Lazy

Ossa, Felipe
September 2008
Asset Securitization Report;9/8/2008, Vol. 8 Issue 34, p7
The article focuses on the condition of the diversified payment rights (DPR) sector and its impact on Turkish banks. According to a source for the DPR deal, Moody's Investors Service give a rate of Baa2 to DPR transactions. It notes that Turkish banks will possibly stay out of the DPR market unless a multilateral bank is involved.


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