Foreign U.S. Dollar Deals Could Face Hurdles

Issuers of U.S. dollar-denominated securitizations backed by foreign collateral could face challenges in the coming months, mostly from the regulatory environment, even as industry insiders continue to tip the space for growth.

  • 29 Oct 2012
Issuers of U.S. dollar-denominated securitizations backed by foreign collateral could face challenges in the coming months, mostly from the regulatory environment, even as industry insiders continue to tip the space for growth. “One challenge is that the capital costs for providing the currency swaps—not to mention any derivatives ...

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