More analysis of the securitisation market in the European Union is needed before regulatory changes are made, according to Sveriges Riksbank – one of three central banks to respond to the Bank of England (BoE) and European Central Bank (ECB) discussion paper on the topic.
Published in May, the paper proposed a set of principles that could be used to "identify securitisations that are simple, structurally robust and transparent", thereby "enabling investors to model risk with confidence and prov
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