The proposed changes to the Standard & Poor's counterparty criteria make them generally more lenient, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) analysts said in a report released today.

"Only a few months since the rating impact on securitization transactions was finally settled, they have announced a limited review of these criteria," RBS analysts stated. "The proposed changes would give the criteria greater flexibility to take into account different rating trigger levels in the underlying contracts."

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