STRUCTURED FINANCE: Going steady

STRUCTURED FINANCE: Going steady

Bonds Structured Finance

For a time, it seemed that structured finance would never recover from the taint it acquired during the financial crisis, which had seen securitization roundly lambasted for its role in the 2007-8 US subprime debacle. But rumors of its death have been greatly exaggerated. Far from receding into obsolescence, structured finance is proving an ever-more valuable tool for emerging market borrowers – not least in Latin America, where issuance levels remain steady for both local and cross-border transactions. And though the region’s structured finance market is still in its infancy – and remains small compared to other emerging and developed regions – Latin America’s relative resilience to the

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