ASF: Thanks, But Here’s Another Option

U.S. regulators are being pitched a new option when it comes to modeling credit risks in the wake of the financial crisis—one said to meld “the most attractive features” of four existing proposals and is more global in scope.

  • 03 Feb 2011

--Joy Wiltermuth

U.S. regulators are being pitched a new option when it comes to modeling credit risks in the wake of the financial crisis—one said to meld “the most attractive features” of four existing proposals and is more global in scope.

The American Securitization Forum in meetings this week ...

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