ICICI Bank Plans To Halt Buying Bilateral Securitized Portfolios

India’s largest private bank, ICICI Bank, will stop buying bilateral securitized portfolios of non-banking finance companies, or NBFCs, according to sources close to the matter.

  • 09 Jun 2011
India’s largest private bank, ICICI Bank, will stop buying bilateral securitized portfolios of non-banking finance companies, or NBFCs, according to sources close to the matter. Bilateral securitization is the sale of loans from NBFCs to bank investors. Private banks are the largest buyers of securitized bonds of NBFCs ...

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