A confluence of higher inflation, rising interest rates, supply chain issues and labor shortages have prompted respondents to the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey to forecast wider credit spreads over the next three months.
Survey respondents to the latest IACPM Credit Outlook Survey are modestly less optimistic about future credit conditions.
While the amount of stimulus has been critical in providing an underpinning for businesses, as well as consumers, it also resulted in concern about inflation.
The IACPM responded to the PRA Consultation on the Implementation of Basel Standards.
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While the credit outlook has improved across the globe, there are differences between North America and the rest of the world, especially Europe.
Waves of government stimulus have stabilized corporate loan portfolios, but IACPM members voice concern about possible long-term impact of the mammoth amount of liquidity.
IACPM responded to the European Commission public consultation Review of Prudential Rules for Insurance and Reinsurance Companies (Solvency II).
Fiscal stimulus has played a key role in settling markets and the economy, and while credit default and spread forecasts remain negative, credit conditions seem to be stabilizing and ‘Worst Case’ may not happen.
The European Commission has published the Capital Markets Union Action Plan. The Action Plan highlights the 16 different actions. IACPM has highlighted three that are relevant for credit portfolio managers.