ASF Urges FSOC To Heed Securitization Exclusion

The American Securitization Forum has warned the Financial Stability Oversight Council not to distort the Congress-included securitization exemption while interpreting the Volcker Rule.

  • 11 Nov 2010

-- Daniel O’Leary

The American Securitization Forum has warned the Financial Stability Oversight Council not to distort the Congress-included securitization exemption while interpreting the Volcker Rule. Tom Deutsch, executive director at the ASF, said the council needed to take care in its definitions of banks, hedge funds and issuing ...

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