Compliance burden jeopardises EU securitisation revival

Parliamentary rapporteur undermines STS with investor due diligence plan


The European Parliament could be on course to increase the costs of holding a new class of high-quality securitisations by reintroducing investor responsibility for checking each deal complies with the rules. If enacted into law, the requirement could prove counterproductive to the aim of stimulating the European securitisation market.

"With [only] 35 investors more or less in the market, you are not going to get any new investors. People are going to have one look at this and say, 'Why am I

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