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RBI weighs plan to boost securitisation market

Government-sponsored intermediary could be formed to act as market maker and standard setter

Delhi housing
The expert committee says India needs easier access to credit to improve housing availability
José Antonio Morcillo Valenciano

The Reserve Bank of India is seeking feedback on plans that could boost the Indian securitisation market, with the goal of helping firms to manage risks around housing loans and thereby support home ownership.

On September 9, the central bank published the report of an expert committee formed to propose actions to promote the securitisation market for housing finance in India. The committee called for greater standardisation and transparency, and proposed the creation of an “intermediary” to

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