Flurry of synthetic credit deals expected from Malaysia banks



Malaysia's synthetic securitisation market is set for further growth, as a number of financial institutions are eyeing prospective deals. Although no new synthetic issuance has taken place since last May's inaugural 600 million ringgit ($188 million) issue by Malaysia's national mortgage corporation, Cagamas (see Asia Risk June 2007, 'Malaysia's CLO debut'), various deals are in the pipeline.

Rating Agency Malaysia (Ram) in Kuala Lumpur has received several enquiries relating to synthetic

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