S&P Global predicts record securitisation issuance for 2022

By Justin Pugsley
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Following a bumper 2021, European securitisation issuance could rise by more than 5% to €120bn this year, according to S&P Global Ratings’ European structured finance outlook. 

Collateralised loan obligations (CLO) and residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) are likely to dominate securitisation markets, said S&P Global. It also forecasts growth for ESG finance ...

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