EBA calls for more risk-sensitive securitisation regulation

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In a continuation of European efforts to kick-start the securitisation market, the European Banking Authority (EBA) is calling for an end to "one-size-fits-all" capital requirements applied to the financial products.

Published on July 7, the EBA's opinion and accompanying report to the European Commission said inadequate risk sensitivity in current requirements may be resulting in "unduly conservative treatment" of securitisations that are "simple, standard and transparent".

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