EU warned of regulatory failure on securitisation

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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The European Commission has been accused of "undermining the competitiveness of European financial institutions" by failing to act on securitisation reform. A joint letter from a group of nine organisations representing key participants in the European securitisation market has warned the stalling was leading to a "strategic loss to the European financial system". As the macroeconomic environment continues to worsen, the letter recommended urgent targeted measures to support securitisation, such as adjustments to securitisation-related calibrations and mandates for more risk sensitive...

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