EU reg study: ABS still viable but future remains uncertain

Securitization has the potential to be an alternative funding tool for Europe’s real economy, but its future as a material asset class in the region hinges on regulation that is still in the works, according to a new report by the Joint Committee of the European Supervisory Authorities.

  • By Joseph McDevitt
  • 13 Sep 2013

The Joint Committee Report on Risks and Vulnerabilities In The EU Financial System, published by members of the three pan-European regulators — European Securities and Markets Authority, the European Banking Authority and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority — examines far-reaching cross-sectoral risks facing Europe’s economy. 

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Rank Lead Manager/Arranger Total Volume $m No. of Deals Share % by Volume
1 BNP Paribas 14,443 29 18.07
2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) 8,264 27 10.34
3 Lloyds Bank 7,329 24 9.17
4 Citi 6,748 19 8.44
5 JP Morgan 5,220 8 6.53

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1 Citi 117,261.12 337 11.09%
2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 94,721.79 272 8.96%
3 JPMorgan 92,612.23 269 8.76%
4 Wells Fargo Securities 82,597.19 239 7.81%
5 Credit Suisse 69,442.99 183 6.57%