Korean Govt To Ease Regulation On Structured Credit

25 Jul 2007

The South Korean government is looking to loosen regulation of its structured credit securities in an attempt to increase market activity, reports The Korea Herald. Restrictions should ease later this year, said Kang Tae-soo, head of fixed-income markets at the Bank of Korea. He added that the government ...

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