RMBS investors warn on long-term hazards of shutdown

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While most industry experts are confident the mortgage market can withstand a short-term government shutdown, others are fearful of what a prolonged federal freeze will mean for investors.

Course Objectives Key Learning Outcomes: Use a structured approach to evaluate the risk profile of RMBS by assessing collateral characteristics, recent loan performance, credit enhancement available, and anticipated cash-flow to the various tranches

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 · Securitization Renaissance Facing Regulatory Challengesby PLC Finance Related Content Published on 11 Apr 2013 USA (National/Federal)Banking industry groups continue to warn of the potentially catastrophic effects on the ABS and credit markets of proposed regulations targeting securitization. Yet ABS issuance continues to surge and long-dormant asset classes re-emerge.