Irish debt securities group mulls practical ABS funding steps

The Irish Debt Securities Association sees securitisation as a part-solution for funding corporates, small-to-medium enterprises and infrastructure, but Gary Palmer, ceo of IDSA in Dublin, said more effective practical steps still need to be mapped out.

  • 09 May 2013

The industry body was launched last month with the aim of the boosting securitisation activity in Ireland, and making the country a leading jurisdiction in Europe for special purpose vehicles used in debt capital markets transactions.

Palmer welcomed recent comments by European policymakers and regulators indicating support for ...

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