Brakes must come off stop-start Chinese ABS
China’s banking regulator may have revved up the securitisation engine but it has yet to disengage the hand brake. After seven months of indecision while government officials watched the credit crunch wreak havoc, they have tentatively made the right choice in allowing banks to use securitisation. But regulators still have a long way to go.
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