Fitch Ratings has published its criteria for rating structured finance transactions, outlining five fundamental elements that it uses for each rating. The New York-based rating agency said it published the criteria in the interest of transparency.

The five elements the agency uses to rate structured finance transactions are legal structure, asset quality, credit enhancement, financial structure and originator and servicer quality.

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