RBI deputy says securitisation market is ‘raring to go’

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Reserve Bank of India deputy governor R Gandhi has dismissed concerns over India's regulatory framework for securitisations, saying the market is "raring to go" in a speech on July 14.

Addressing the India Securitisation Summit 2015 in Mumbai, Gandhi said there were plenty of opportunities if banks and non-bank financial companies (NBFCs) were willing to change their mind-sets.

He highlighted four reasons why securitisations should thrive in the years ahead. Targets for lending to priority

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