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Vestager approves plan to allow Athens to guarantee a slice of non-performing loan sales
Commercial mortgage securities have bounced back — unlike the residential equivalent
Why is some of the highest rated euro debt returning more than 1 per cent?
Analysts fret about losses on collateralised loan obligations if sector stumbles
It's less about technology, and more about not having branches.
Upstart UK lender draws up plans to sell more than £1bn worth of loans
Repackaged consumer debt provides one route to grow the niche but raises eyebrows among investors
Trend raises risks for commercial mortgage lenders as concern grows over defaults
World’s best-rated credits pioneer innovation and could backstop the financial system
More retail properties are being securitised and a ‘big short’ trade has reversed
Bank ‘a hot potato’ as populists policies risk raising the cost of funding for lenders
Monthly repayments for borrowers reach all-time high
Aggressive expansion of the market in recent years will create more winners than losers
Some pension schemes see the complexities as inadequate for the risk
Bank of England has brought an end to six years of cheap funding schemes
Withdrawal of BoE programme forces lenders to find alternative funding
Originators of loans can again make profits without having any ‘skin in the game’
First time a British lender has blended Islamic financing with securitisation
Europe’s central bank should kick-start a market that would lessen risk to stability
Mortgage servicing rights boast yields of between 7% and 8.5% over four years
Electric carmaker is set to raise $546m with its first auto ABS issue