Market Analysis: Retention charge for European securitisation

The upcoming retention charge for European securitisation is designed to align incentives more closely between market participants. Credit looks at the mechanics of the charge and consider its chances of success

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In an update to the European Commission’s Capital Requirements Directive, due to come into effect at the start of 2011, a minimum 5% risk retention charge will be applied to originators of European securitisation deals. Policymakers believe the

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