Tycjan Bielecki, Structured finance analyst, Moody's, London
The new securitisation markets of Russia, central and eastern Europe, Turkey, the Middle East and South Africa - collectively referred to as the new EMEA markets - experienced a decline in volumes in 2007 as the US subprime crisis reverberated around credit markets globally.
Geographic expansion of securitisation in this area should continue in 2008 as well as further diversification of asset classes. However, issuance volumes will be co
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