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COS'È EUROPEAN DATAWAREHOUSE?

European DataWarehouse è il primo repositiorio in Europa per la raccolta, la convalida e l’utilizzo dei dati loan-level per le transazioni Asset-Backed Securities (ABS) pubbliche e private. Sviluppata, posseduta e gestita dal mercato, aiuta a facilitare la valutazione del rischio e a migliorare gli standard di trasparenza per le operazioni ABS europee.

COME FUNZIONA?

European DataWarehouse raccoglie dati a livello dei singoli prestiti da vari emittenti ed esegue una serie di controlli per garantire che le informazioni caricate siano della massima qualità. Questi dati sono utilizzati da investitori, banche nazionali, società di consulenza, agenzie di rating e altri utenti nelle decisioni in materia di investimenti o strategia. I nostri database forniscono sia micro che macro informazioni su singole operazioni, aree geografiche e asset classes.

I nostri principi fondamentali

Centralizzazione

Serviamo come archivio dati unico e centralizzato per le transazioni ABS europee pubbliche e private in tutte le asset classes.

Trasparenza e accessibilità

Consentiamo un rapido accesso ai dati sia in formato aggregato che disaggregato, fornendo un elevato livello di trasparenza.

Standardizzazione

Definizioni e formati di reporting standardizzati consentono un benchmarking rapido ed efficiente, agevolando una comprensione istantanea.

Cosa dicono i nostri clienti

“As a founding shareholder of EDW, Santander continues to be committed to promoting best practice and transparency in the securitisation market. Hence our continued support and investment in EDW. EDW has worked tirelessly towards the goal of greater data transparency for the securitisation market, and we are confident that their long experience in providing data repository services which are a benchmark in the market will be rewarded with a successful application.”

Santander Global Corporate Banking

“Since the ABS Loan-level Initiative was launched by the Eurozone in 2012, European DataWarehouse has played a leading role in providing standardised and reliable information to securitisation market participants. EDW’s application as a securitisation repository is the natural continuation of these efforts. Their expected success in this process will be another milestone in rebuilding investor confidence in the securitisation market.”

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

“TSI is a founding shareholder of European DataWarehouse. The transition of European DataWarehouse from being data repository under the ECB regime to become a securitisation repository under the new securitisation regulation does mark an important step for the evolution of the European securitisation market. Team, track record and know-how from EDW will support issuers and investors along this way.”

True Sale International

“For the Dutch Securitisation Association (DSA), 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. With the EDW application to become a Repository under the Securitisation Regulation we expect to be able to further develop our productive cooperation in this field”.

Dutch Securitisation Association

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