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Covid-19 Impact Analysis Webinar 2020

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STANDPOINT COMMENTARY | 2 APRIL 2020
Credit update in a coronavirus-hit market: An impact analysis of RAM’s rated portfolio – where are we now?

To reflect the latest developments since RAM’s release of a preliminary analysis on COVID-19 on 26 February 2020, our team of specialists and economists from RAM Ratings have analysed, updated and produced an impact analysis of the current situation. The attached publication is aimed at helping readers understand the impact of the recent emerging developments and updates on where RAM Ratings’ credit portfolio stands amid these mounting pressures.

 

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KEY TAKEAWAYS ON BANKING | 10 APRIL 2020
COVID-19: Impact on banks far reaching (April 2020)

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