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2017/02/13
Market Insight by Nicolas Roth - Synthetic securitization makes a comeback

Securitisation was almost deemed to be a bad word at the end of the global financial crisis. Following the Bear Stearns demise, Lehman collapse and the credit crunch, a number of investors discovered that an alphabet soup of credit products were at the onset  of the crisis. ABCP, CPDO, CDO and CDO-square to name only a few were splashed across the news as the main culprits for the worst financial crisis post World War II. Aside from plain vanilla structured credit, the most complex structures disappeared for a while and investors focused on simpler strategies.

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