Everything from forests to champagne stocks have been securitised to raise capital, transfer risk or gain regulatory capital relief. Since securitisation began to take off in Europe in the late 1990s, experts in the field have become evermore creative in their application of securitisation, bringing the technique to a broad array of issuers.

Also, while many bankers feared Basel II would lead to the market’s demise or at least curtailment, securitisation is proving to be resilient, and continues

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