LSTA win could be just the start for reg easing

The Loan Syndication & Trading Association’s win over federal regulators exempting CLO managers from risk retention could be just the beginning for the loosening of regulatory reform, said market pros speaking at the SFIG Vegas conference on Monday.

  • By Max Adams
  • 27 Feb 2018
“I expect we’re going to see more chipping away at the regulation that’s in place,” said Lea Overby, managing director and head of CMBS research at Morningstar Credit Ratings. “We believe risk retention is a good thing but we see that we are entering a period where we ...

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