Mexican non-bank institutions known as sofols and sofoms continue to see extraordinarily high delinquencies in their RMBS deals, according to a recent report by Fitch Ratings. Deals among these originators have seen 180-day-plus delinquencies as high as 40%.

The hardest hit loans are those that are denominated in the inflation index (UDIs). Fixed-rate peso loans have fared better.

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