Defaulted Receivable

From Open Risk Manual


A Defaulted Receivable in a securitisation context is a Transferred Receivable that has experienced any of pre-defined Credit Event types.


The classification of a receivable as defaulted has implications as to

  • how further cashflows associated with the receivable will be processed
  • how any economic loss associated with the credit event is to be apportioned to the securitisation"'"s liabilities

Indicative Criteria for Defaulted Receivables

  • a payment Instalment Due Date becoming Past Due
  • the servicing of the loan has been transferred to specialized recovery (workout) servicer
  • there has been Repossession of collateral
  • the loan has been written off or terminated



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