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1+1 AG INH O.N. (1U1.HM)

Hamburg - Hamburg Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
13.26-0.25 (-1.85%)
At close: 08:15AM CET
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Previous Close13.51
Open13.26
Bid12.94 x N/A
Ask13.23 x N/A
Day's Range13.26 - 13.26
52 Week Range12.40 - 25.14
Volume6
Avg. Volume109
Market CapN/A
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateNov 07, 2022 - Nov 11, 2022
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Moody's

    [non-NRSRO] NBL-2203 -- Moody's assigns provisional ratings to NBL-2203 backed by auto loan receivables

    The asset trustee then issues the Senior Beneficial Interests (Class A and Class B Senior Beneficial Interests) and the Subordinated Beneficial Interests.Entrustment of the receivables is perfected against third parties under the Perfection Law. Perfection against obligors is not made unless certain events occur.The asset trustee uses the proceeds from a limited recourse loan (Class A and Class B Trust ABL) to redeem a portion of the Senior Beneficial Interests.The seller holds the Subordinated Beneficial Interests and transfers the remaining Senior Beneficial Interests to investors through the underwriter.The transfer is perfected against the asset trustee and third parties under Article 94 of Japan's Trust Law.The Senior Beneficial Interests and the Trust ABL are structured pari-passu in the principal and dividend/interest waterfall under the trust agreement.Credit enhancement is provided by the senior/subordinated structure and available excess spread.

  • Moody's

    [non-NRSRO] OAL 2022 -- Moody's assigns definitive ratings to OAL 2022 backed by auto lease receivables

    Perfection against obligors will not be made until certain events occur.The asset trustee uses the proceeds from a limited recourse loan ("ABL") to redeem a portion of the Senior Beneficial Interests.The seller holds the Subordinated Beneficial Interests, the Maintenance Beneficial Interests, the Tax Beneficial Interests and Cash Reserve Beneficial Interests and transfers the remaining Senior Beneficial Interests to the investors through the underwriter.The transfer is perfected against the asset trustee and third parties under Article 94 of Japan's Trust Law.Credit enhancement is provided by the senior/subordinated structure and available excess spread. Subordination (excluding that corresponding to a cash reserve) comprises approximately 8.1% of the total initial principal balance of the receivables.The Senior Beneficial Interests and the ABL are redeemed on a monthly pass-through basis.The Senior Beneficial Interests and the ABL are structured pari-passu in the principal and dividend/interest waterfall under the trust agreement.If any early amortization event occurs, the dividend waterfall to the Subordinated Beneficial Interests is suspended, and excess spread is used to redeem the Senior Beneficial Interests and the ABL.Key early amortization events include a servicer replacement event occurring, or asset performance triggers being reached.Defaulted receivables in the underlying pool are used as payment in kind for dividends on the Subordinated Beneficial Interests, while cash in an amount equivalent to the principal balance of the defaulted receivables is transferred from the interest collection account to the principal collection account (default trapping mechanism).In preparation for servicer replacement, liquidity is provided in the form of a cash reserve at closing.

  • Moody's

    [non-NRSRO] Trust Beneficial Interest (202201) -- Moody's assigns definitive ratings to Trust Beneficial Interest (202201) backed by condominium investment loans

    In turn, the Seller receives the Class A Senior Beneficial Interests I, the Class A Senior Beneficial Interests II (collectively, "Class A Senior Beneficial Interests"), the Class B Beneficial Interests, and the Seller's Beneficial Interests.Entrustment of the condominium investment loans is perfected against third parties via registration pursuant to the Perfection Law. Such payments are first paid to the Servicer and then is transferred to the First Trustee according to the servicing agreement.The Seller's Beneficial Interests are backed by a cash reserve, which is available to cover liquidity risk, commingling risk, set-off risk, registration expenses for the transfer of the ownership of the security interest and fees relating to the start of back-up servicer operations and so forth.The Seller retains the Class B Beneficial Interests and the Seller's Beneficial Interests, and sells the Class A Senior Beneficial Interests I to beneficial interest investors and the Class A Senior Beneficial Interests II to the Second Trustee.

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