Euro ABS investors should look closely at bustling China ABS market — BAML

The securitization market in China is “on a tear”, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts, and with supply set to greatly outpace that of European ABS, investors should be looking at the Chinese market more closely.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 30 Oct 2017
“China's securitisation market is on a tear. While the first modest attempts to launch it were suspended by the financial crisis, the regulatory authorities have methodically and persistently developed the framework for the establishment and growth of the Chinese securitisation market,” wrote BAML analysts. “That helped the market's re-launch ...

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