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Listen: Take Notes: Incorporating ESG Into Our Structured Finance Framework

ESG is everywhere lately, but how does it fit into structured finance? We’ve long considered ESG in our analysis, but when one of the three becomes material enough to a transaction’s ability to make payments, it could be an “ESG credit factor.” Ildi Szilank and Matt Mitchell join us to discuss how relevant ESG credit factors are to structured finance ratings and examples ESG-related events in the sector.

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