Hardman & Co Research: Real Estate Credit Investments (RECI) Marks taken in uncertainty, released thereafter

Hardman & Co Research: Real Estate Credit Investments (RECI) Marks taken in uncertainty, released thereafter

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  • Hardman & Co Research: Real Estate Credit Investments (RECI) Marks taken in uncertainty, released thereafter
    Hardman & Co Research on Real Estate Credit Investments (RECI): Marks taken in uncertainty, released thereafter
    In this note, we review RECIs track record of taking MTM hits on its bond portfolio in periods of uncertainty, followed by releases in the subsequent periods.
  • We believe this reflects the market applying a broad-brush approach to risk, and giving insufficient credit to RECIs superior control assessment, monitoring and restructuring systems, which we summarise again in this note.
  • We have outlined in previous reports why we believe RECI shows resilience against inflation, interest-rate increases and inflation risks (inter alia, see New faces, same resilience , Vive la difference , Experience shows resilience of the model , Experience shows resilience of the model (2) and Why rising rates should not hurt RECI ).
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Hardman & Co Research: Real Estate Credit Investments (RECI) Marks taken in uncertainty, released thereafter

05-Aug-2022 / 07:15 GMT/BST


Hardman & Co Research on Real Estate Credit Investments (RECI): Marks taken in uncertainty, released thereafter

In this note, we review RECI’s track record of taking MTM hits on its bond portfolio in periods of uncertainty, followed by releases in the subsequent periods. We believe this reflects the market applying a broad-brush approach to risk, and giving insufficient credit to RECI’s superior control assessment, monitoring and restructuring systems, which we summarise again in this note. We have outlined in previous reports why we believe RECI shows resilience against inflation, interest-rate increases and inflation risks (inter alia, see New faces, same resilience, Vive la difference, Experience shows resilience of the model, Experience shows resilience of the model (2) and Why rising rates should not hurt RECI).

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