China at crossroads over securitization law

By Noah Sin
30 Aug 2018

Almost six years after China’s asset-backed securities market was rebooted, regulators are still struggling to put together legislation for securitization, casting a shadow over the market’s development, writes Noah Sin.

More than 600 miles from Beijing, a momentous judgment for the future of ABS in China has been handed down in the tier-two city of Hefei. The local court ruled on August 6 that investors in an ABS have the right over its receivables, even if the company ...

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