House of the Year – Japan

Deutsche Bank


Japanese financial institutions have been embracing asset-backed securities to help manage their balance sheet risks over the past year. Bankers and analysts in Tokyo reckon that Japan’s asset-backed securitisation market is set to grow exponentially, thanks to new, friendlier regulations and higher market awareness.

However, asset-backed securities in Japan are generally priced over Libor, while most of the assets that have been used as collateral for those securitisation deals are

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