EU Rulemakers Urge Curbs On ‘Excessive’ Securitization

24 Sep 2010

Industry officials in London fear securitization structures could face tougher treatment from lawmakers after the European Parliament’s influential Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs issued a paper earlier this week calling on the Commission’s planned Capital Requirements Directive IV amendments to further push banks to keep credit on their books and stop “excessive use” of securitization.

—Hugh Leask

Industry officials in London fear securitization structures could face tougher treatment from lawmakers after the European Parliament’s influential Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs issued a paper earlier this week calling on the Commission’s planned Capital Requirements Directive IV amendments to further push banks to keep credit ...

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