The troubles surrounding Life Co., a Japanese consumer credit company that has filed for protection from its creditors, is unlikely to affect its only asset-backed issue, a transaction called Freya Funding Corp.

The deal, which was launched in March 1999 and worth $216 million, had its ratings affirmed by Standard & Poor's even as it entered the corporate restructuring process.

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