Regulatory obstacles hamper China securitisation market


Banks in China have been informally securitising products for four years into so-called wealth management products (WMPs) for distribution to private investors but new rules attempting to promote a more formalised securitisation market for institutional participation have yet to find favour with the industry.

China originally tested the feasibility of a domestic securitisation market in 2005 but three pilot schemes later just 23 transactions have been issued to date. Lengthy approvals processes

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