EINV

AcronymDefinition
EINVEquivalent Input Noise Voltage
EINVElectronic Invent
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The one notch difference between EINV's and Euroclear Bank's Long-Term IDRs principally reflects that EINV is not under direct supervision of Euroclear Bank's lead regulator, the National Bank of Belgium.
The rating of EINV's senior unsecured debt is rated in line with EINV's Long-Term IDR as the debt represents direct, unsubordinated, unsecured and unconditional obligations of EINV.
The rating of EINV's dated hybrid notes is two notches below EINV's Long-Term IDR.
EINV's IDRs and senior debt rating are primarily sensitive to a change in Euroclear Bank's IDRs.
EINV is the 99.9% owner of Belgium-based Euroclear SA (ESA), which in turn owns Belgium-based Euroclear Bank SA (EB; AA+/Stable/aa+), the group's international central securities depository as well as domestic central securities depositories in France, the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Finland and Ireland.
EINV's and EB's issuer ratings are unaffected by this rating action (see 'Fitch Affirms Clearstream Banking and Euroclear Bank; Outlooks Stable', dated 27 September 2017, for EB's and EINV's key rating drivers and sensitivities).
The senior unsecured debt is rated in line with EINV's Long-Term IDR as they are plain vanilla direct, unsubordinated, unsecured and unconditional obligations of EINV and do not benefit from any binding guarantees by EB or any other operating entity.
The one-notch difference between EINV's and EB's Long-Term IDRs principally reflects that EINV is not under direct supervision of Euroclear's lead regulator, the National Bank of Belgium (NBB).
We have notched the rating for EINV's dated hybrid notes twice from EINV's Long-Term IDR.
The upcoming senior unsecured debt is rated in line with EINV's Long-Term IDR as they are plain vanilla direct, unsubordinated, unsecured and unconditional obligations of EINV and do not benefit from any binding guarantees by EB or any other operating entity.
We have notched the expected rating for EINV's upcoming dated hybrid notes twice from EINV's Long-Term IDR.
The notching between EINV's Long-Term IDR and the expected hybrid rating primarily reflect the notes' deeply subordinated status and going concern loss absorption (in the form of fully discretionary coupon deferral).