Securitisation hots up in Latin America

Securitisation in the Latin American market has grown over the past five years, but the market is still in its infancy, according to the latest Bank for International Settlements quarterly review.

The report notes that structured transactions have expanded rapidly in Latin America since 2002. The amount of new securitised transactions in the region reached $20 billion in 2006, up from $6 billion in 2002. Of the 2006 total, more than $16 billion represented issues in local markets, while

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