Germany Looks To Give Securitization Market A Lift

01 Dec 2009

Germany is said to be considering efforts to revive the credit-risk securitization market as a way of preventing future credit crises.

Germany is said to be considering efforts to revive the credit-risk securitization market as a way of preventing future credit crises. Sources said KfW, the state-owned development bank, would offer guarantees for mezzanine tranches of assets so that banks could shed credit default risks from their balance sheets. ...

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