Synth Securitizations Aimed To Help Small Lenders

01 May 2012

Large banks are creating synthetic securitizations as regulatory capital trades to help smaller lenders raise the capital they need to hold against loans.

Large banks are creating synthetic securitizations as regulatory capital trades to help smaller lenders raise the capital they need to hold against loans.

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