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Yini Yang

Yini Yang
Vice President, MSCI Research

About the Contributor

Yini Yang focuses on the research and development of collateral models for asset-backed securities. Previously, she worked as a quantitative developer at Nomura, responsible for developing the analytics platform for securitized products. At Barclays Capital, Yini helped build the analytics library for mortgage-backed securities and MBS derivatives. She has master’s degrees in mathematics and financial engineering from New York University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering from Tsinghua University.

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  1. BLOG

    Can AI Model the Complexities of MBS Prepayment? 

    May 29, 2020 Joy Zhang , Yini Yang

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    Machine learning using neural networks has been successfully applied to fields in which extremely complex patterns can prove challenging for other algorithms. Are neural networks suited for modeling prepayment risk in agency mortgage-backed securities?

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    Consumer ABS Under Coronavirus in the US and China 

    May 11, 2020 Yini Yang , Jian Chen , Joy Zhang

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    Beyond COVID-19’s steep human toll, the pandemic’s disruption of economic life has led to widespread loss of income and impaired some borrowers’ ability to repay loans. What could the impact be for investors in consumer asset-backed securities in the U.S. and China?

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    Trade deal broadened access to China’s nonperforming loans 

    Jan 29, 2020 Jian Chen , Yini Yang

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    The phase-one U.S.-China trade deal lets U.S. asset managers acquire nonperforming loans directly from Chinese banks. We assess the market’s characteristics, as investors face challenges estimating recovery rates and liquidation timing of these loans.

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    A default wave for Chinese consumer ABS? 

    Nov 18, 2019 Jian Chen , Yini Yang

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    The default rate for auto loans in Chinese consumer asset-backed securities increased rapidly in recent months, and China may be moving toward a more borrower-friendly bankruptcy regime. Could this   lead to even higher default rates?

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    Are Subprime Auto Loans at a Tipping Point? 

    Mar 4, 2019 Joy Zhang , Yini Yang

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    Investors and the media have lately turned their attention to credit risk in U.S. subprime automotive lending — concerns that increased during the recent market volatility.

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