Turkish regulator mulls reforms to unlock risk transfer market

By Owen Sanderson
13 Feb 2020

Turkey’s Bank Regulation and Supervision Agency is mulling an overhaul to its rules on risk transfer for banks, which could open a new jurisdiction for the synthetic securitization market, and raise marginal capital for the country’s banks.

A funding official at one of the country’s largest banks told GlobalCapital that some of his competitors had been lobbying the regulator to move ahead with the change, and a decision was expected in the near future.

A senior securitization structurer also indicated that it was a potential ...

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