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FCC Class

An FCC certification of radiation limits on digital devices. Class A certification is for business use. Class B for residential use is more stringent in order to avoid interference with TV and other home reception. See Part 15, Subpart B, of the Federal Register (CFR 47, Parts 0-19).
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The class A-1, class A-2 and class B notes are downgraded one category each because the extent of deterioration in the portfolio outweighs the benefit of increased credit enhancement levels from class A-1 amortization.
5 million to class B on the last payment date and corresponding reduction of interest due on the future payment dates, in Fitch's opinion, the use of principal proceeds to pay a portion of class B interest may continue, as long as the hedge remains out of the money.
Class B can sustain a 25% decrease in yield, along with a decline in payment rates by more than 40%, and defaults increasing to a level above 20%, while meeting all investor principal and interest obligations.
The required subordinated amount for the issuance of class A notes, expressed as a percentage of the adjusted outstanding dollar principal amount of class B notes, is approximately 7.
A multiple issuance series consists of class A, class B and class C notes, with tranches that may be offered independently and have differing terms, issuance dates and maturities.
Class B sustains a 25% decrease in yield, a 35% decline in payment rates and chargeoffs increasing to more than 20% without suffering a principal or interest loss.
The corresponding $32 million class B certificates are expected to be rated 'A+'.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns ratings of 'A' to $175 million class B (2007-2) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust (COMET).
3 million floating rate class B certificates are expected to be rated 'A'.
NEW YORK -- Fitch assigns ratings of 'A' to $350 million class B (2007-1) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust (COMET).
Credit enhancement for the class A certificates will consist of the subordination of the class B certificates, a reserve account, a yield maintenance account, excess spread and the certificate insurance policy provided by MBIA.
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings assigns ratings of 'A' to $350 million class B (2006-2) card series notes issued by the Capital One Multi-asset Execution Trust ('COMET').