A new twist to ABS

Synthetic securitisation

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The securitisation market has long been popular with both issuers and investors in the Asia-Pacific region. Since the Asian economic meltdown in 1997–98, it has offered an escape route for low rated Asian banks to raise funds and manage risk by restructuring low-rated loans into highly-rated investment vehicles. And now the landscape appears to be slowly changing. In recent months, synthetic securitisation structures have been popping up in Japan, while a couple of firsts have emerged elsewhere

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