Dublin Office - KBRA Europe
+353 1 907 9232
16 Fitzwilliam Place
KBRA Europe is a credit rating agency registered with the European Securities and Markets Authority. KBRA Europe will provide the European market with the same timely, transparent and accurate credit analysis that KBRA provides to the U.S. market. KBRA Europe’s experienced and talented rating analysts will provide the European market with new insights and thought leadership that will support the European investment community in making informed investment decisions.
KBRA has over 275 employees and offices across the United States, located in New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland, and has published over 9,000 ratings totaling $775 billion. KBRA Europe’s team in Dublin, Ireland looks forward to providing the same standard of excellence and integrity in European credit ratings. Kroll Bond Rating Agency Europe Limited is carrying on business as KBRA Europe and is registered in Ireland, No. 599995 with a registered address of 25-28 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland.
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Latest European Ratings
|7/23/2018||Towd Point Mortgage Funding 2018-Auburn 12 Plc||Preliminary||RMBS|
|5/15/2018||Small Business Origination Loan Trust 2018-1 DAC (SBOLT 2018-1)||Assigned||ABS|
Latest European Research
|4/2/2018||Structured Finance: European Structured Finance: Commencing Countdown, Engines On||Structured Finance, ABS, CMBS, RMBS|
|3/15/2018||Irish Banks' 2017 Results Reflect Improved Asset Quality and Capitalisation; Stable Core Earnings||Financial Institutions|
|3/12/2018||Macro-Market Research: Let's Talk Turkey||Sovereigns, General|
|2/20/2018||Financial Institutions: Irish Banks: Continued Recovery Despite Headwinds||Financial Institutions, Sovereigns|
|2/7/2018||Macro-Market Research: Eurozone Reform: Progress to Date and To-Dos to Fix the Roof While the Sun is Shining||Sovereigns, General|
|1/16/2018||Macro-Market Research: Weaker EU Governments Don't Always Lead to Weaker Government Finances||Sovereigns, General|
|11/16/2017||Macro-Market Research: EU Elections and Sovereign Risk||Sovereigns, General|