Banks Eye CDOs To Boost Lending Capacity

09 Apr 2012

Major global banks, notably JPMorgan Chase, are testing investor interest in the trade finance equivalent of collateralized debt obligations as a way of boosting their lending capacity in the face of stricter regulations.

Major global banks, notably JPMorgan Chase, are testing investor interest in the trade finance equivalent of collateralized debt obligations as a way of boosting their lending capacity in the face of stricter regulations. New global regulations, especially higher capital requirements, are expected to triple trade finance prices.

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