STS template trickle leaves investors with mixed appetite

A key regulatory technical standard (RTS) draft for homogeneity requirements in European securitizations has been finalised, in a move that shows work on the 'simple, transparent and standardised' (STS) framework is progressing, though not at a quick enough pace to entice more investors to market.

  • By Tom Brown
  • 03 Jun 2019
In addition to the homogeneity template, an RTS on verification agents has also been finalised, though a key draft on disclosure templates is still causing some investors to hesitate and has been postponed again until July. As it stands, current templates are unlikely to enter into force ...

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