European DataWarehouse is the first securitisation repository in Europe for collecting, validating and making available for download detailed, standardised and asset class specific loan-level data (LLD) for Asset-Backed Securities (ABS) transactions and private whole loan portfolios. Developed, owned and operated by the market, we help to facilitate risk assessment and to improve transparency standards for European ABS deals.
WHAT IS EUROPEAN DATAWAREHOUSE?
HOW DOES IT WORK?
European DataWarehouse collects loan-level data from issuers and performs a variety of data quality check to ensure the uploaded information is of the highest quality. This data is used by investors, national banks, consulting firms, rating agencies and a variety of other users to make informed decisions regarding investments or strategy. Our data provides both micro and macro insight into individual deals, geographies and asset classes.
Our core principles
What our Customers say
“The European DataWarehouse will play an important role in the development of STS securitizations through its dedication to data quality and the principle of data transparency for the European ABS market.”
Santander Global Corporate Banking -
“EDW is a very useful tool for gathering data upon European securitizations. Its constant aim at delivering excellence and standardization is a serious asset for every professional in structured finance looking for relevant statistics”
Crédit Foncier -
“Sapient Global Markets views the European DataWarehouse as an important part of the market infrastructure. We look forward to continuing to support ED.”
Sapient Global Markets -
“As the initiator of the “DEUTSCHER VERBRIEFUNGSSTANDARD”, TSI was an early advocate of high transparency and quality in the securitisation market. It was therefore only natural that TSI would also support the ECB’s transparency initiative early on. Thanks to the European DataWarehouse, ABS bonds are today by far the most transparent asset class in Europe and set the standard other asset classes still need to meet.”
True Sales International -
“For the Dutch Securitisation Association (DSA), the European Datawarehouse has added their in-depth knowledge of data quality issues to our own efforts to increase transparency and standardisation of (Dutch) securitisation transactions. We look forward to benefit from the ongoing development of expertise in the EDW team”.
Dutch Securitisation Association -
Explanatory Report |
Explanatory Report on Calculated LTVs
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