Regulatory & Legal Challenges and Opportunities for the Recovery of the Securitisation and Structured Credit Markets

01/14/2015 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST

Banking + Financial Services, Capital Markets, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Investment Management

Peter J. GreenJerry R. MarlattKenneth E. Kohler, and Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares

Peter J. GreenJeremy C. Jennings-MaresJerry R. Marlatt, and Kenneth E. Kohler

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Since the onset of the financial crisis, the global securitisation market has faced a raft of challenges in its efforts to recover, including reputational damage from the crisis, a shrinkage of the potential investor base and significant regulatory developments which have materially impacted the capital treatment of the holders of ABS instruments and added additional legal and administrative burdens in relation to the development and distribution of such securities including risk retention rules and increased disclosure requirements. At the same time, the covered bond market has generally performed well and been less impacted by regulatory changes. There has, however, been some acknowledgement from international regulators, including by the ECB and Bank of England in Europe, that a recovery of the securitisation and structured credit markets is essential to the overall global economic recovery.

Please join Morrison & Foerster Partners Peter Green and Jeremy Jennings-Mares, and Senior Of Counsels Jerry Marlatt and Kenneth Kohler, as they discuss some of the particular legal and regulatory challenges facing the recovery of the markets and opportunities for further growth, with a particular focus on the US and European markets.

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