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The future of securitisation: how to align incentives

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  • Ingo Fender
  • Janet Mitchell

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This article reviews the recent collapse of global securitisation markets and the loss of investor confidence in them. It then sets out measures that could be taken to revive and strengthen the securitisation process, including mechanisms based on retention requirements for originators. It ends with a number of simple implications for policymakers and market practitioners.

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  • Ingo Fender & Janet Mitchell, 2009. "The future of securitisation: how to align incentives," BIS Quarterly Review, Bank for International Settlements, September.
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