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Asset securitisation in Europe

Amelia Pais

Asset securitisation in Europe

by Amelia Pais

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asset-backed financing -- Europe.,
  • Asset-backed financing -- Europe -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p96-98.

    StatementAmelia Pais ; edited and introduction by David T. Llewellyn.
    SeriesInternational business intelligence reports
    ContributionsLlewellyn, David T.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii,98p. :
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22633927M
    ISBN 100117022322
    OCLC/WorldCa40423602

    AFME has today published a new paper outlining the key factors needed to boost the growth of a green securitisation market in Europe. While demand for green securitisation bonds is still relatively low, many institutional investors have increased their commitment to investing in green assets and AFME members are also seeing an increasing number of queries around green securitisations. The Securitisation of the Roma in Europe helps us untangle the heterogeneous connections between securitisation, marketisation, neoliberalism, development and visuality. The book is also vitally important for understanding the tensions and struggles over the making of precarious populations today.” (Claudia Aradau, International Politics.

    In Europe, the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) II, Europe’s immediate response to the financial crisis, enhanced disclosure rules around ABS by requiring credit institutions to provide investors with all materially relevant data on the credit quality and performance of the individual PwC Securitisation – new due diligence challenges 3.   Asset-backed securities based on subprime U.S. home loans turned sour in , leading to a global markets meltdown that forced governments to bail .

    IP securitization in Europe 13 years ago by ipeg in Patent Management, Patent Strategy Intellectual property securitization has had a promising history- from the initial excitement over Bowie Bonds, which securitized David Bowie’s song catalog, and other early deals, followed by a recent lull, during which it was thought the idea was dead. Securitisation is comparatively expensive and complicated; when central banks are massively accommodative, it becomes a heroic route. “We must take the whiskey bottle away from the alcoholic,” says Ian Bell, head of the Prime Collateral Securities initiative, an independent non-profit body set up to reinforce asset-backed securities in Europe.


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But its revival should be welcomed, for it is probably essential to continued economic recovery, particularly in Europe. Use carefully In its simplest form, securitisation is. Vinod Kothari is internationally recognized as a trainer, consultant and expert on Securitization, credit derivatives and asset-based funding.

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