EU bank securitisation exposures continue to fall

Securitisations made up just 0.7% of European banks’ total risk exposures in 2017, down from 3.2% in 2008, a collapse that testifies to the ongoing stigma securitisation techniques face across the European Union in the wake of the financial crisis. 

Consolidated banking data for end-2017, published by the European Central Bank (ECB) on June 19, show that average securitisation exposures across all institutions have fallen for three successive years, and have increased only once year-on-year –

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