Moody's Investors Service has released guidelines to account for systemic risk - including institutional, structural, legal and political risk - in structured transactions.

"This methodology differentiates types of systemic risks, types of assets, and types of structures," said an analyst who worked on the subject at Moody's. "It can give benefit for an entity that has a better structure than one that doesn't and can also acknowledge different levels of off shore enhancement."

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