Interactive Data’s Pricing and Reference Data business has added new capabilities which will increase coverage of its evaluations for European asset-backed securities (ABS) and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) to approximately 3000 tranches. Interactive Data’s new models for providing evaluations will enhance European coverage of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), as well as a whole range of other asset and mortgage-backed securities, it says. Coverage is expected to increase to around 3000 European investment grade tranches by the end of 2007, complementing Interactive Data’s coverage of more than 1,145,000 US CMO, ABS, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) and MBS pass-through securities, and with a client base of more than 1400 firms. The additional coverage of European ABS/MBS is being made available through a range of Interactive Data’s services including its online portfolio administration service FTS.
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