Closing time for synthetic SME deals?



The tide seems to have turned against traditional balance-sheet securitisation, with banks having packaged off the most liquid names on their books, and decreased appetite for new deals. But while high-grade volumes have shown a steady decline over the past few years, demand for middle-market loan securitisations has picked up. The market is, however, likely to see a shift away from the synthetic structures that have dominated to date.

Synthetic balance-sheet deals have declined steadily

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