Moody’s Investors Service has softened its view on the risk of the Turkish government meddling in financial future flow deals, an unambiguous positive for transactions backed by diversified payment rights (DPR) and credit card vouchers (CCV).

But the announcement comes on the heels of the agency’s placing the global local currency (GLC) rating of a number of Turkish banks on review for possible downgrade.

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