Dutch RMBS may see structural tweaks after NHG overhaul

The structures of future Dutch residential mortgage-backed securities are likely to evolve in response to the Dutch government’s overhaul of its Nationale Hypotheek Garantie scheme.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 04 Nov 2013
The Dutch government last week announced a series of tweaks to the NHG scheme. The biggest change, and the one most likely to impact the country’s RMBS market, involves a loss-sharing feature that will see originators exposed to 10% of potential losses in those NHG-backed mortgages originated from ...

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