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  • Bank balance sheets could be obscured, says Coen

    Bank balance sheets could be obscured, says Coen

    The impact of coronavirus on economies has led to extraordinary help being granted to banks and their customers. But this brings the risk of problems on banks' balance sheets being hidden, according to William Coen, former secretary general of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

  • MEPs vote through harmonised NPL secondary market

    MEPs vote through harmonised NPL secondary market

    The European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON) has voted through regulation to harmonise the secondary market for NPLs across Europe, pushing through a key stage of its Action Plan aimed at rebuilding the European economy post-pandemic.

  • UK RMBS market anticipates moratorium extensions

    UK RMBS market anticipates moratorium extensions

    Charities are calling for the UK government to extend the ban on evictions set to end on January 11, prompting speculation in the ABS market that mortgage moratoria will also be extended, thanks to the third lockdown now underway.

  • Libor securitizations count down to April repo deadline

    Libor securitizations count down to April repo deadline

    The European securitization market needs to whittle down its remaining ‘tough Libor’ legacy contracts without relying on help from the UK regulators, said the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (Afme) on Wednesday.

  • Call for nominations and pitches — European Securitization Awards 2021

    Call for nominations and pitches — European Securitization Awards 2021

    GlobalCapital is pleased to invite nominations for its 2021 European Securitization Awards, seeking to recognise the most notable and innovative deals, banks and market participants of 2020. We would also welcome pitches for Overall Securitization Bank of the Year, Securitization Deal of the Year, and Private Securitization of the Year.

  • Sterling-heavy Q1 in store for securitization

    Sterling-heavy Q1 in store for securitization

    The securitization market is expecting January to be dominated by sterling issuance, after a Brexit deal was finalised on Christmas Eve, with non-bank issuers revving up for 2021. SPV filings suggest Cerberus, Davidson Kempner, Belmont Green, and Kensington are all readying deals.

  • GlobalCapital’s best 2020 articles on European securitization

    GlobalCapital’s best 2020 articles on European securitization

    When the year began, the European securitization market forecast a busy year for itself. Issuance levels in markets from synthetic risk transfer to CLOs had broken issuance records in 2019, with the year ahead expected to match if not outpace the previous year's volumes. Instead, the market found itself grappling with an outbreak which would close up issuance for months and set a new course for ABS. Linked below is a collection of GlobalCapital’s best securitization articles of 2020.

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