The rise and fall of the securitisation markets is by now a familiar story, if a sad tale for investment managers, banks and investors alike. While some are still arguing that securitisation may not be in the best interests of the financial system, many, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF), believe it is essential that this market starts operating again, albeit at reduced levels. This is just one of the conclusions made by the IMF in its latest global stabilisation
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