Saturation Seen As A Concern In South African Mart

The South African securitization market is expected to maintain a strong pipeline for 2008, but analysts fear the dominant local investor market may be unable to soak up the continuing supply.

  • 01 Feb 2008

-- Daniel Flatt

The South African securitization market is expected to maintain a strong pipeline for 2008, but analysts fear the dominant local investor market may be unable to soak up the continuing supply.

"Although the pipeline for new issuances should remain strong into 2008, largely driven by the ...

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