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New Issue: Jianyuan 2020-2 Residential Mortgage Backed Securities

We assigned our 'AAA (sf)' rating to the class A-1, class A-2, class A-3 notes (collectively class A notes) and class B notes issued by CCB Trust Co. Ltd. (CCBT) as trustee of Jianyuan 2020-2 Residential Mortgage Backed Securities. The originator is China Construction Bank Corp. (CCB). The ratings primarily reflect the following factors. The credit risk associated with the underlying mortgage pool and the credit support available are commensurate with our view of credit risk under a 'AAA' rating stress. Our assessment of credit risk takes into account the originator CCB's underwriting track record and the characteristics of the underlying mortgage pool.