Dilosk prepares Irish RMBS as central bank speaks out against Sinn Féin bill
The Irish central bank hit out this week at a bill proposed by Irish political party Sinn Féin that could put an end to securitization and covered bond activity in Ireland, arguing that the bill could “slow or even reverse” an easing Irish mortgage market and “[increase] the cost of doing business in Ireland”.
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