Taiwan's CDO explosion


The Taiwanese collateralised bond obligation market has blossomed since its inception in July 2005, when Capital Securities launched a NT$3.27 billion deal as the market's first transaction. By the end of the year, Moody's reported that a total of NT$150bn of CDO and collateralised loan obligation deals had either launched or were awaiting approval from the regulator. Of these, six term deals hit the market for a combined volume of NT$72.3bn. Indeed, Taiwanese CBOs have now become so popular

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