Terry Franklin, is joining Block 12, which is focused on the BBLs, the arrival of a new asset class in UK & Ireland. On March 4 at 12.00pm UK time, he will be part of the panel discussion on "UK & Ireland: Managing a huge wave of new defaults" .
How big is the current total stock of loans taken via the UK government’s BBLs and CBILs programmes, what % is likely to default and how will arrears be managed going forward? Is this the start of a new asset class?
Is the proposed merger of the Link and Pepper servicing platforms, the two largest Irish non-bank servicers, good for competition?
Only 10 British banks have signed up to an industry-wide plan for collecting unpaid emergency COVID-19 loans - why is this?
Around 30,000 residential borrowers have been in arrears for more than six years in Ireland and another 30,000 are expected to default once payment holidays expire - what strategies will the banks implement?
Where is NPL stress expected to occur in the UK – secured, unsecured, CRE, SME and why are there currently so few portfolio transactions?
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About the event:
There seems no doubt now that a huge wave of pandemic loan defaults will appear late in 2021 and continue through into mid-2022. The ECB has forecasted NPL stocks could rise to a worst-case scenario of €1.4tn, representing an enormous challenge for the Banks and a significant opportunity for Investors, Servicers, Advisors and Technology companies.
SmithNovak’s 11th NPL EUROPE conference is Europe’s leading event for the European Non-Performing Loans market featuring the most active companies operating in this booming market.
Title: 11th NPL Europe Date: 3-4 March 2020 Venue: Virtual