Securitisation & Structured Finance Handbook 2018

Securitisation 2018 coversmallThe Securitisation & Structured Finance Handbook 2018 is a valuable reference point for anyone wishing to further expand their knowledge on this exciting financial sector.

Providing an overview of the current international marketplace, the Handbook includes debates and analyses from worldwide experts on the future direction of the markets.

Areas due to be covered include: Revival of the ABS markets; Mortgage-backed securitisations; Index-based structured products; SME securitisation; the RMBS market; Cross-asset solutions; Commercial real estate debt; Extracting value from ABS; European structured credit; Credit enhancement; Auto lease ABS; Dual-index structured products; CMBS market; Risk management systems; Private label mortgage-backed securities; Managing the risks in MBS; European ABS markets; REITs; European CLOs; Basel III liquidity coverage ratio; regional and country profiles; and regulatory reviews.

We are pleased to be working with AFME (The Association for Financial Markets in Europe), the Asia-Pacific Structured Finance Association (APSA), the European Banking Authority and the European Investment Fund (EIF) on the new edition of the Securitisation & Structured Finance Handbook.

Publication Date: September 2017

 

The Securitisation & Structured Finance Handbook is proud to be a media partner at:

AFME and IMN present the 22nd Annual Global ABS 2018

June 5-7, 2018 – Barcelona, Spain

AFME and IMN are excited to announce the 22nd Annual Global ABS, taking place 5-7 June 2018, in Barcelona, Spain. Over 3,500 leaders in the global ABS market attend this event annually, making it the largest annual European structured finance gathering. Past keynote speakers have included Members of the European Parliament, senior leaders at the European Central Bank and European Banking Authority, ESMA, and other important regulatory and political figures.

Please join us as we further engage with the regulatory community, participate in key policy and client networking discussions, and continue to focus on ways to rebuild the European securitisation market for sound growth and performance in the future.

 

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